In addition to the extreme weather phenomena that have shaken the planet in recent years, one of the main culprits behind climate change is the agricultural sector. 21% of greenhouse gas emissions are produced by the agricultural industry, which is now being called upon to take responsibility and to act to bring about real change.
In this scenario, the production of biogas, obtained from agricultural waste, has a fundamental role to play. In fact, it represents a precious resource when it comes to energy generation since this fuel is obtained from refuse, manure and food waste.
In light of the environmental and climate-related issues the world is facing, our company specialises in producing HDPE networks: systems dedicated exclusively to the recovery of biogas. These systems absorb the gases emitted when biomass decomposes in landfills thanks to special fissures, while the materials used are resistant to the main chemical agents and mechanical stress.
‘The world is changing before our eyes. We are careering towards the edge of the abyss. Our fate is in our hands.’
The words of UN Secretary-General António Guterres, throwing the spotlight on the current climate emergency. The agricultural sector can make a considerable contribution to the reduction of gas emissions. By reducing the use of fossil fuels, utilising renewable energy and implementing agroecological practices, the production of biogas truly has the potential to lead to a historical turning point.
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