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Economics of anaerobic manure digesters

Jan 25, 2013
Digesters are of interest with respect to climate change, energy, air quality and water quality. However, digesters are capital-intensive and difficult to maintain. Profitability of a farmbased digester usually requires utilizing the energy as well as other co-products such as manure solids that are separated out and composted.

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