Bio Gas

Bio Gas

Haniya Food Industry private Limited uses own resource that is Bio gas. Our complete unit is running on Bio gas. Main aim to produced our own resource is to provide healthy product in better quality.

What is Bio gas?

Bio gas refers to a mixture of different gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Bio gas can be produced from raw materials such as agricultural,waste, manure,municipal waste,plant material,green waste or food waste. Bio gas is a renewable energy source. Bio gas can be compressed, the same way as natural gas is compressed to CNG, and used to power motor vehicles.


The bio gas is a renewable energy that can be used for heating, electricity, and many other operations that use a reciprocating internal combustion engine, such as GE Jenbacher or Caterpillar gas engine, To provide these internal combustion engines with bio gas having ample gas pressure to optimize combustion.

Bio Gas Plants

A bio gas plant is the name often given to an anaerobic digested that treats farm wastes or energy crops. It can be produced using anaerobic digesters. These plants can be fed with energy crops such as maize silage or biodegradable wastes including sewage sludge and food waste. During the process, the micro-organisms transform biomass waste into bio gas.

Benefits of manure Derived bio gas

Bio gas is renewable, as well as clean, source of energy.No combustion takes place in the process, meaning there is zero emission of greenhouse gasses to the atmosphere; therefore, using gas from waste as a form of energy is actually a great way to combat global warming.
Unsurprisingly, concern for the environment is a major reason why the use of bio gas has become more widespread. Bio gas plants significantly curb the greenhouse effect: the plants lower methane emissions by capturing this harmful gas and using it as fuel. Bio gas generation helps cut reliance on the use of fossil fuels, such as oil and coal.
Another bio gas advantage is that, unlike other types of renewable energies, the process is natural, not requiring energy for the generation process. In addition, the raw materials used in the production of bio gas are renewable, as trees and crops will continue to grow. Manure, food scraps, and crop residue are raw materials that will always be available, which makes it a highly sustainable option.
The technology used to produce bio gas is quite cheap. It is easy to set up and needs little investment when on a small scale. Small biodiversity can be used right at home, utilizing kitchen waste and animal manure. A household system pays for itself after a while, and the materials used for generation are absolutely free. The gas manifested can be used directly for cooking and generation of electricity. This is what allows the cost of bio gas production to be relatively low.
Farms can make use of biog as plants and waste products produced by their livestock every day. The waste products of one cow can provide enough energy to power a light bulb for an entire day.
In large plants, bio gas can also be compressed to achieve the quality of natural gas, and utilized to power automobiles. Building such plants requires relatively low capital investment, and creates green jobs. For instance, in India, 10 million jobs were created, mostly in rural areas, in plants and in organic waste collection.
Bio gas generators save women and children from the daunting task of firewood collection. As a result, more time is left over for cooking and clean. More importantly, cooking on a gas stove, instead of over an open fire, prevents the family from being exposed to smoke in the kitchen. This helps prevent deadly respiratory diseases. Sadly, 4.3 million people a year die prematurely from illness attributable to the household air pollution caused by the inefficient use of solid fuels for cooking.