Authors and References

Author:

Doug Hamilton, Extension Waste Management Specialist, Oklahoma State University
Cooperative Extension Service

 

Peer Reviewers:

M. Charles Gould, Extension Educator, Michigan State University Extension

David S. Liebl, Solid and Hazardous Waste Education Center,
University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension

 

References

Primary source of information: Types of Digesters, Douglas W. Hamilton, Waste Management Specialist, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. http://www.extension.org/pages/Types_of_Anaerobic_Digesters   verified 10/8/12

 

Unit 3.1

Primary source of information: Types of Digesters, Douglas W. Hamilton, Waste Management Specialist, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. Available at:

http://www.extension.org/pages/Types_of_Anaerobic_Digesters  verified 10/8/12

 

Unit 3.2

Anon. 2007. Feasibility Study-Anaerobic Digester and Gas Processing Facility in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia (Appendix C). Prepared by Electrigaz Technologies Inc, 7-10301 Ch. Sainte-Marguerite Trois-Rivières (Quebec) G9B 6M6 Canada.

Appendix C available at:

http://www.llbc.leg.bc.ca/public/pubdocs/bcdocs/443243/feasibility_study_anaerobic_appendices.pdf   verified 10/8/12

The full feasibility study available at:

http://www.llbc.leg.bc.ca/public/pubdocs/bcdocs/443243/feasibility_study_anaerobic.pdf   verified 10/8/12

 

D.W. Hamilton. 2011.  Lagoons for Livestock Waste Treatment.  BAE 1736. Stillwater OK: Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service.

 

D. Jones. 2006. PowerPoint presentation entitled Anaerobic Digestion – The Basics. Available at:

www.in.gov/oed/files/Presentation_Don_Jones.ppt   verified 10/8/12

 

Unit 3.3

Anon. 2007. Feasibility Study-Anaerobic Digester and Gas Processing Facility in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia (Appendix C). Prepared by Electrigaz Technologies Inc, 7-10301 Ch. Sainte-Marguerite Trois-Rivières (Quebec) G9B 6M6 Canada.

Appendix C available at:

http://www.llbc.leg.bc.ca/public/pubdocs/bcdocs/443243/feasibility_study_anaerobic_appendices.pdf    verified 10/8/12

The full feasibility study available at:

http://www.llbc.leg.bc.ca/public/pubdocs/bcdocs/443243/feasibility_study_anaerobic.pdf   verified 10/8/12

 

D.W. Hamilton. 2010.  Anaerobic Digestion of Animal Manures: Types of Digesters.  BAE 1750. Stillwater, OK: Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service.

 

D. Jones. 2006. PowerPoint presentation entitled Anaerobic Digestion – The Basics. Available at:

www.in.gov/oed/files/Presentation_Don_Jones.ppt    verified 10/8/12

 

Unit 3.4

Anon. 2007. Feasibility Study-Anaerobic Digester and Gas Processing Facility in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia (Appendix C). Prepared by Electrigaz Technologies Inc, 7-10301 Ch. Sainte-Marguerite Trois-Rivières (Quebec) G9B 6M6 Canada.

Appendix C available at:

http://www.llbc.leg.bc.ca/public/pubdocs/bcdocs/443243/feasibility_study_anaerobic_appendices.pdf    verified 10/8/12

The full feasibility study available at:

http://www.llbc.leg.bc.ca/public/pubdocs/bcdocs/443243/feasibility_study_anaerobic.pdf     verified 10/8/12

 

Unit 3.5

Anon. Undated. PowerPoint presentation entitled Swine Digesters: commercial, scalable, operating. Available at:

http://www.chpcentermw.org/pdfs/070531-Indiana/8%20Speaker%208%20Larsen.pdf    verified 10/8/12

 

M.C. Gould, Crook, M. 2010. Michigan On-farm Anaerobic Digester Operator Handbook. Michigan State University Extension, East Lansing, MI.

 

W.F. Lazarus. 2012. Economics of Anaerobic Digesters for Processing Animal Manure. Available at:

http://www.extension.org/pages/Economics_of_Anaerobic_Digesters_for_Processing_Animal_Manure    verified 10/8/12

 

D. Meyer, Power, T. 2011. Manure Treatment Technologies: Anaerobic Digesters. Publication 8409. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources. University of California, Davis, CA. Available at:

http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu/pdf/8409.pdf   verified 10/8/12

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture. 2007. An Analysis of Energy Production Costs from Anaerobic Digestion Systems on U.S. Livestock Production Facilities. Technical Note 1. Washington, D.C.: Natural Resources Conservation Service.

 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 2002. Managing Manure with Biogas Recovery Systems Improved Performance at Competitive Costs. EPA-430-F-02-004. Washington, D.C.: AgSTAR Program.

 

M.A. Moser. Washington D.C.:  AgSTAR Program. Available at:

http://www.epa.gov/agstar/documents/chapter1.pdf   verified 10/8/12

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 2004. AgSTAR Handbook: A Manual for Developing Biogas Systems at Commercial Farms in the United States. Chapter 1. Overview of Biogas Technology. Editors: K.F. Roos, J.B. Martin, Jr., and M.A.

 

M. VanOrnum. 2007. Personal conversation with Charles Gould, October 2007.

 

Gould, M.C. 2012. Factors that Affect Manure Digestion. Module 2 in S. Lezberg, M.C. Gould and M. Jungwirth (eds.). Introduction to Anaerobic Digestion Course. On-line Curriculum. Bioenergy Training Center. http://fyi.uwex.edu/biotrainingcenter/.