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  1. 18 individual cages with 3-4 growers/fatteners/weaners per cage
  2. Swine excreta is drained directly into a built septic tank near the communal pig pens
  3. Unfortunately, because of its limited capacity, the current septic tank can no longer handle the daily loading. As a result, they begun excavating a new septic tank.
  4. Project Title : Adoption of Biogas Digesting Technology for Effective Waste-To-Energy Conversion and Renewable Energy Utilization Proponent : Kapunongan sa Mag-uuma sa Paraiso (KAMAGPA) Duration : 1 Year Budget : P 684,435.48 Source of Funds : DOST IX local GIA
  5. 07 September 2021. Forum on the operation of the developed Portable Biogas Digester 30 September 2021. Follow-through meeting with PSTD Fernando Ablaza of PSTC Rizal
  6. • Computer-aided design (CAD) of 20 cubic meter Dome-type Biogas Digesting Technology by PSTD Fernando Ablaza • Code of Practice for DOST Biogas Digester Adoptors
  7. Biogas Location The site where the hog farming facility is located is not declared as Ancestral Domain (AD). The proposed area for the construction of the Biogas digester is adjacent to the communal pig pens and near the individual cages for ease of effluent diversion. The facility is strategically located away from the community, and a Zoning Certificate and Special Land Use Permit were issued by the local DENR-CENRO.
  8. Particulars Qty. Amount Total INSTALLATION OF COMPLETE SETUP OF 20 CUBIC METER DOME-TYPE BIOGAS SYSTEM*  20 cubic meter digester tank  Mixing Tank  Collection or Inlet Chamber  Hydraulic or Outlet Chamber  Gas Pipe  Distribution Pipes  Gas stove  Biogas Lamp  Piping and fittings  Other relevant components 1 lot P 625,484.16 P 625,484.16 Honorarium for the resource person  (at P1,400/hr. x 8 hours) P 11,200.00 P 11,200.00 Management and Monitoring Fund  7.5% of the Total project cost  Include expenses on  Communication;  Orientation and training on proper operation and maintenance; and  Project Monitoring P 47,751.32 P 47,751.32 TOTAL PROJECT COST P 684,435.48
  9. Procurement, fabrication, set up and installation of unit components and other materials
  10. General: The general objective of this project is to improve the sanitary condition of the community in livestock production thus promoting environmental protection through waste-to-energy initiatives. Specific:  To introduce new and effective technology in livestock effluents management through Biogas Digesting Technology;  To generate Biogas that can be a source for fuel and energy and treated sludge that can use for fertilizer and soil conditioning; and  To capacitate the association members on the operation and proper maintenance of the Biogas System.
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Notas del editor

  1. Work through introduction
  2. Proposed project based on community needs assessment.
  3. Project conceptualization.
  4. Submitted by PSTD Ablaza as a result of follow through meeting
  5. Need to emphasize for AD and environmental compliance.
  6. The Biogas system include components as follows: 20 cubic meter digester tank Desulfurizer Collection or Inlet Chamber Hydraulic or Outlet Chamber Gas Pipe Distribution Pipes Improvised Biogas stove Biogas Pump Biogas-powered Lamp Piping and fittings Other relevant components
  7. Biogas is considered renewables because its production-and-use cycle is continuous, and it generates no net carbon dioxide. Considering that Phil has abundant supply of biomass and livestock effluents.