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Digester Technology


T2M and its technology partners design, project develop, build, operate, and maintain state-of-the-art digester and gas upgrade technology to significantly enhance customer’s existing operation: 


  • Creation of new revenue streams for additional profit 

              o RNG, Renewable H2, and organic fertilizer sale 

  • Life cycle and operational cost reduction for enhanced system efficiency 

              o No or considerably reduced costs for electricity and heating 

              o Waste disposal cost is notably decreased 

  • Greener practice due to lower GHG emissions and diminished wastes 

              o Potential to receive additional state and national “green” fuel incentives 


Leveraging our >25 years of digester expertise, we can convert your most unwanted wastes (food, slaughterhouse, dairy, MSW, wood, and much more) into renewable fuels like Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) and green-H2 for cost effective and sustainable electricity, heat, and vehicle fuel generation. 


We design engineer a solution tailor made for each and every client, ensuring it meets T2M’s high standards and consumer’s unique economical and societal needs. 



If you are a client looking to: 

  • Instill green image to your company 

  • Reduce current operational costs 

  • Lessen your facility’s GHG emissions 

  • Fuel switch to renewable fuels like RNG and H2 for a sustainable, “greener” practice 

  • Eliminate your process wastes and convert them to value-added product 


Then, T2M’s Digester Technology is a solution for you.

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“Simplified” Digester Operating Principle: 

1. Waste Collection and Separation: Client’s wastes are collected and digestible wastes are separated from inorganic materials. 


2. Waste Digestion via Bacteria: During this fermentation process, bacteria culture digests the “waste feed” and produces two streams: 1) Biogas rich gas stream and 2) Ammonium rich liquid/solid stream. 


3. Biogas Upgrade: Additional gas clean-up is implemented to remove contaminants such as sulfur compounds, siloxanes, and CO2 from biogas.

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