The Gaia EnviroTech team delivered another Australian designed and manufactured Biodigester in Regional Victoria.
This piece of kit will produce renewable on demand energy in the form of gas and heat from agriculture and food waste and produce valuable by products. Using capability from mining industry experience this technology is modular and expandable.
The Gaia team have the capability to assess your needs with a biolab available for testing of waste feedstocks plus a wide range of waste treatment solutions capability and services including consulting, options analysis, and full engineering and trade off studies.
Why pay to dispose of your waste when you can convert it to energy and help our planet …. If you’d like to understand what your options to convert biowaste to energy are, contact us today
Lachlan has an applied science degree with honours in environmental science and biotechnology, and a doctorate in molecular microbial ecology. Previously, Lachlan has undertaken research on biological nutrient removal microbiology, molecular biology, environmental genomics, consulted within the wastewater treatment industry, and worked in food manufacturing.
As a keen outdoors person, he has always taken an interest in environmental conservation and the effects human activities have on our environment. During his studies it became clear that his goal was to find practical solutions to environmental problems. Waste and wastewater may not be a glamorous topic, however they are issues that are only getting more important. Fortunately, there is growing interest reducing waste, and increasing sustainability through harvesting renewable energy.
Lachlan applies his expertise within the anaerobic digestion microbiology team developing laboratory testing for the characterisation of feedstocks, estimating biogas and methane production, and replicating the modular Biodigester at benchtop-scale for optimization trials.
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About Gaia EnviroTech
At Gaia EnviroTech, we help livestock and food producers deal with organic waste management while producing renewable energy that not only improves operations’ economics but also has environmental benefits.