What is anaerobic digestion?

Anaerobic digestion is the natural process in which microorganisms break down organic matter in the absence of air (an anaerobic environment). Anaerobic digestion creates usable products such as biogas and digested material.

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1. What is anaerobic digestion?
2. What is an anaerobic digester?
3. What is co-digestion?
4. What is biogas?
5. How is biogas generated?
6. What is digested material and what is it used for?
7. What types of organic materials produce biogas?
8. Is biogas a renewable energy source?
9. Can biogas replace fossil fuels?
10. How does biogas help reduce effects of climate change?
11. What types of facilities have anaerobic digesters?
12. Is there a difference between landfill gas and biogas?
13. Is there a difference between natural gas and biogas?
14. If I build a biogas system will it stink?
15. Are anaerobic digesters safe?