Eco-Green Biogas Solutions: Sustainable Energy for the Future

A Waste Management System That Gives Back To Nature.

Biogas is a fully renewable and environmentally friendly fuel that can help to reduce life cycle greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90% compared with fossil fuel use. Biogas can be used for all the same purposes as natural gas & for generating electricity.

Eco-Green Biogas Solutions harness the latest advancements in biogas technology to offer efficient, reliable, and sustainable energy production. Our systems are designed to convert a wide range of organic waste materials into high-quality biogas, which can be used for heating, electricity generation, and as a cleaner alternative to fossil fuels. With a focus on innovation and sustainability, our solutions are tailored to meet the needs of both rural and urban environments, making renewable energy accessible to all.


Organic Waste Collection Area

In this initial stage of the process, vehicles or trucks transport segregated organic waste into the waste reception and segregation area. Here, trained personnel manually separate organic from inorganic materials, ensuring that only suitable organic substrates are used for the production of biogas.


Secondary Segregation

Following the initial segregation process, the waste undergoes further sorting on stainless steel tables, where any remaining inorganic materials are removed. This meticulous secondary segregation ensures that the organic waste selected for biogas production is of the highest quality.



The segregated biodegradable food waste is then passed through a crusher, where it is finely crushed to increase its surface area. This preprocessing step accelerates the degradation of organic matter during anaerobic digestion, optimizing biogas production efficiency.



The crushed food waste is mixed with water to form a slurry, which is then pumped into the main digestion process. This slurry serves as the feedstock for the anaerobic digestion machine, where microbial action converts organic matter into biogas.


Anaerobic Digestion Machine

In the anaerobic digestion machine, biological degradation of the substrates occurs in the absence of oxygen. Maintained at an optimal temperature of 40°C and subjected to continuous mixing, this process facilitates the conversion of dissolved organic matter into biogas. The three stages of anaerobic digestion—hydrolysis, acidogenesis, and methanogenesis—work synergistically to produce methane-rich biogas.


Digestate Tank/Liquid Fertilizer

The digested slurry generated from the anaerobic digestion process is a nutrient-rich substance that can be used as a liquid fertilizer. This organic biofertilizer enhances soil fertility and promotes sustainable agriculture practices. Additionally, the separated water from the slurry can be recycled for subsequent processing operations, minimizing water consumption and waste generation.


Moisture Trap

Water condenses in every biogas line and it is critical that this water is bled out of the system without gas loss. This is the function of the line Moisture Trap and easily incorporated into the pipe work. When gas enter the Moisture Trap, it impinges upon the special created surface with flow reversals, this causes coalescence resulting conversion of moisture into water droplets which in turn falls into the base of Moisture Trap. It has mechanical auto-drain system (optional) which drains out the water as it crosses a certain level in the tank.


H2S Scrubber

Raw biogas produced by digestion during an anaerobic process is approximately 60% methane. When the gas produced is to be used for cooking then it is necessary to upgrade biogas in order to burn it safely then you first need to remove the hydrogen sulfide. Scrubbing upgrades, it to bio methane. This can then be used as a substitute for natural gas.



A gas compressor is a mechanical device that increases the pressure of a gas by reducing its volume. Compression of a gas naturally increases its temperature. The advantages of gas compressors are that a higher amount of gas flow can flow in the pipeline and energy losses are lower due to the increase in pressure


Gas receiver tank

The gas receiver tank serves as a vital component of our biogas systems, providing storage capacity and pressure regulation for the distribution network. This ensures a reliable and continuous supply of biogas to end-users, supporting their energy needs while reducing dependence on conventional fossil fuels.


Innovative Features : That Lead the Way

With R-Nature, you don’t get just a machine.

Advanced Digestion Technology

Utilizes state-of-the-art anaerobic digestion technology to maximize biogas production.

Modular Design

Flexible and scalable design allows for easy installation and expansion to meet growing energy demands.

Smart Monitoring System

Integrated smart technology for real-time monitoring and optimization of the biogas production process.

Low Maintenance

Engineered for reliability and ease of maintenance, ensuring consistent biogas output with minimal downtime.

Key Benefits : From Waste to Wealth

  • Reduced Carbon Footprint: Significantly lowers greenhouse gas emissions compared to conventional energy sources.
  • Cost Savings: Reduces energy costs by utilizing organic waste as a free and abundant resource.
  • Energy Independence: Enables self-sufficiency in energy production, reducing reliance on traditional power grids.
  • Waste Reduction: Offers an effective solution for waste management, reducing landfill use and pollution.
  • Compliance and Sustainability: Our technologies dramatically minimize landfill contributions and slash greenhouse gas emissions, marking a significant step towards environmental stewardship. Meet and exceed environmental regulations with our eco-friendly solutions, enhancing your brand's reputation as a sustainability leader.

Technical Data.

Model No RN BG 300 RN BG 500 RN BG 750 RN BG 1000 RN BG 1500 RN BG 2000 RN BG 2500 RN BG 5000
Processing Capacity (Per Day) 300 Kgs 500 Kgs 750 Kgs 1000 Kgs 1500 Kgs 2000 Kgs 2500 Kgs 5000 Kgs
Electricity (kWh / day) 7 10 12 18 25 31 38 60
Power ( Phase / Volt) 3 Phase
3 Phase
3 Phase
3 Phase
3 Phase
3 Phase
3 Phase
3 Phase
Biogas Output
(nm3 / day)
30-36 60-64 90-95 120-130 180-190 240-260 330-340 660-680
LPG Equipment ( Kgs / day) 16 30 45 60 90 120 165 330
Generator Capacity (KVA) 10 10 10 15 15 20 20 40
Electricity Produces (kWh / day) 30 60 90 120 180 210 300 600
Dry Manure (Kgs / day) 20 50 75 100 150 200 250 500
Suitable to cater
No. of Units*/
Kitchens (+5%)
450 650 900 1200 1700 2400 2800 6500
Min. Area Requirement
(Machine + Operational
combined) (m2)
18 21 30 38 50 65 75 300

Industries Served - Diverse Industries Empowered by Our Eco-Solutions

Discover how our innovative eco-solutions, including Organic Waste Digesters, De-Watering Systems, Solar Solutions, Shredders, and Trommel Screens, are revolutionizing waste management and sustainability across a broad spectrum of industries.

  • Restaurant
  • Resort
  • Apartments
  • Parks
  • Tourism
  • Municipality
  • Hotel
  • Airports
  • Agriculture
  • Railway Station


Biogas is a byproduct of the decomposition of organic matter by anaerobic bacteria. Composed of 60% methane and 40% CO2, it is a clean and renewable energy source that can be used for cooking, heating, generating electricity, and more.

Organic waste is placed into a sealed tank called a digester, where it is heated and agitated. Anaerobic bacteria consume the organic matter in the absence of oxygen, multiplying and producing biogas.

Any organic waste can produce biogas, including human excreta, manure, fruit and vegetable waste, slaughterhouse waste, brewery waste, etc. Fiber-rich wastes like wood are less suitable for digestion.

The amount of biogas depends on the waste and digester design. Some digesters yield 20 m3 per tonne of waste, while others can yield up to 800 m3 per tonne.

Biogas is naturally produced in soil, marshes, and landfills. It can also be produced in controlled anaerobic digesters.

Yes, biogas reduces greenhouse gas emissions and displaces fossil fuels. It's considered carbon-neutral since the carbon emitted comes from plants.

Each cubic meter of biogas contains about 6 kWh of calorific energy, with approximately 2 kWh being converted into usable electricity.

The waste remains almost equal in quantity but is altered in quality. Solid waste can be composted, while liquid waste can be used as fertilizer.

Introducing a digester can turn waste into a potential revenue source, reducing odors and enhancing waste management practices.

Biogas plant costs vary, with typical payback periods around 7 years. Careful planning is crucial for success.

Running a biogas plant requires daily attention and proper waste management practices to ensure optimal performance.

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