Biogas Storage Systems


Biogas is a type of fuel that is naturally produced from the decomposition of organic waste. When organic matter, such as agricultural waste and plant material, break down in an anaerobic environment (an environment absent of oxygen), they release a blend of gases, primarily methane and carbon dioxide. The gas that remains can be used to produce fuel, heating and generate electricity.

Install Smart Solution

1. Install Smart Solution

Our biogas storage systems are manufactured off-site with efficiency in mind, for fast and simple installation. They are space conscious solutions meaning only a tennis court sized area is needed for a large biogas plant. Explore success stories from customers who installed a biogas storage system.

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Let it Look After Itself

2. Let it Look After Itself

Come rain or shine, the external cover protects the biogas storage system from all extreme weather conditions. The benefits of this self-sufficient system are two-fold, as the PVC membrane also prevents odour from escaping. Discover the endless features and benefits this smart system has to offer.

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Save the Planet and your Pocket

3. Save the Planet and your Pocket

This renewable energy source contributes to the reduction in pollution levels by capturing harmful chemicals like methane during production. The value doesn’t stop there. Not only will you save money repurposing waste typically disposed of at landfill, left over product can be used as organic fertiliser - stretching its limitless value even further.



J & J Carter have partnered with Bioplex, to develop a new generation of an anaerobic digester (AD) for smaller, family-sized farms, the Farm250 Anaerobic Digester System. The anaerobic digester allows for sustainable farming, whilst reducing costs and minimising environmental impact. Anaerobic digestion is complementary to other renewable energy sources, such as wind, solar and micro-hydro. With a new generation of digesters, the farm can meet all its energy needs, with the surplus energy made available for the local community.

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