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What are the potential emissions from engine-generation sets?

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Biogas is generated from anaerobic digestion of manure and organic wastes. It primarily consists of methane (50-70%), carbon dioxide (25-50%) and water vapor (1-5%). Depending on the feedstock and anaerobic digester conditions, biogas may also contain nitrogen gas (0-5%), hydrogen sulfide (0-7,500 ppm), and ammonia (0-500 ppm). Others volatiles and particulates are trace-level components of biogas.

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2016-06

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Anaerobic Digestion; Biogas; Engine Generators; Emissions

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