BIOGAS

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“CAPPY”, as an active participant in the protection of the Environment and Ecology, is a creator and executor of Clean Development Mechanism projects, in particular those of control and use of the “BIOGAS”.


Gas Greenhouse and harmful effect derived from anaerobic degradation of organic matter confined in Sanitary Landfills of Urban Solid Waste, Open-air Garbage Dumps, Wastewater Treatment Plants and or in Leachate Treatment Plants


Since 2015, “CAPPY”, for the benefit of its customers, has located the obtaining of financial support for investment in the adaptation of technology to comply with regulations and thus avoid the release to the atmosphere of biogas, especially Methane (CH4 ), which aggravates the theory of Climate Change.


“CAPPY” has been successful in the participation of Investment and Venture Capital firms in Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom, as well as entities that provide economic sustainability support for the design of plants for the destruction of GHGs, with the option of the capitalization of tCO2e, valued in the World Stock Market as Renewable Energy Certificates

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Processes in which "CAPPY", in Mexico, complies with the provisions of the "Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources", and abroad, adheres to what is dictated by the instances of the corresponding country.

In all cases, the projects are carried out with advice from international firms for the approval and audit of design engineering and that the operation meets the benefit to the community.


The goodwill of this participation also provides the operator of the confinement to produce laterally electrical or thermal energy, through a generator (internal combustion engine or turbine) that capitalizes on the use of biogas to select, through a filtration, Methane (CH4) and as Fuel take advantage of the generation of renewable electricity to be used in self-supply and be commercialized.


Methane (CH4), as a renewable fuel, is produced and used in internal combustion engines of vehicle fleets, as follows:

BIOGAS PRODUCTION AND USE SUMMARY

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