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Journal: International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology(IJMET) (Vol.9, No. 6)

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Page : 334-342

Keywords : Biogas; Methane; anaerobic digestion; Kitchen Waste; Digester;

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In Dhoolapally they have four trucks to collect waste from homes, where daily a large amount of kitchen waste is obtained which can be utilized for better purposes. Biogas production requires anaerobic digestion. This Project was to create biogas plant to get biogas and organic manure which has a lot of demand in market for organic farming. This project is very cost effective, eco-friendly, generate a highquality renewable fuel, and reduce carbon dioxide & methane emissions in atmosphere. Creating a biogas plant in hostels is beneficial for eco-friendly environment. Kitchen waste was collected from school hostel and vegetable waste due to Sunday market. Digester works on the principle of anaerobic digestion system to produce biogas energy. The anaerobic digestion is a process of breaking the organic compost in to organic slurry and methane and carbon dioxide. Kitchen waste produces biogas, a valuable energy resource. Anaerobic digestion is a microbial process for production of biogas, which consists of primarily methane (CH4) & carbon dioxide (CO2). Now a day's every country is giving importance for this biogas and we can generate electricity. The addition of sodium hydroxide (NaOH) in digester is to maintain the alkalinity and pH to 7. Biogas Production and utilization from a real time plant at Dhoolapally village of Hyderabad is monitored on daily basis and readings are recorded.

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