Transform your business with Gaia EnviroTech’s biodigester and rapid composting solutions
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Watch Gaia’s Technical Director Sandy Gray profile the Gaia EnviroTech anaerobic biodigester modular technology. Sandy is the award-winning lead designer of this technology. He is a past winner of the Clunies Ross Science Award, AusIMM Engineering Excellence...
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...
Gaia’s innovative biodigesting technology is gaining interest and momentum across the Australian farming community and was featured on ABC’s Landline this week highlighting its unique approach to transforming livestock manure into energy. The 13-minute...
Much More Than Waste Management
Process effluents into gas, electrical power and heat, while producing nutrient rich liquid and solid fertiliser for the land.
Waste Stabilisation & Reduction
Treatment of manure through anaerobic digestion will reduce the amount of waste generated and deactivate dangerous pathogens which would otherwise harm the environment.
Odour & Greenhouse Gases Reduction
Treatment of manure through anaerobic digestion reduces the emission of greenhouse gases and odours to the atmosphere therefore improving air quality.
Renewable Energy Production
Biogas which is produced through the digestion process can be combusted to generate electricity and heat or processed into natural gas and transportable fuels.
Weed Seed Inactivation
Killing weed seeds in manure will help to reduce costs of controlling weeds in the field when the manure is used as a fertiliser or sold as potting soil.
Nutrient Conservation & Mineralisation
Anaerobic digestion of manure helps to improve it's nutrient value ,thus reducing fertiliser costs when applying to crops.
Carbon Credit Units
Carbon credits units could be awarded for treatment of waste, where there is a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions that are removed from the atmosphere.
Fertiliser By-product (Digestate)
The digestate (solids) and leachate (digested liquid) is nutrient rich and can have several uses, including compost, animal bedding or crop and pasture fertiliser.
Renewable Energy Certificates
The Biodigester generates energy in the form of gas, electricity and heat. This energy is awarded Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) that can be traded or sold.