Domestic Biogas Plants

B-Sustain's commitment is to provide our customers with the highest possible energy conversion by utilizing their household food and vegetable waste.

B-Sustain specialize in the design and manufacture of cost-effective, environmentally responsible domestic biogas plants starting from 0.5 m3 to 5 m3 biogas production per day.

Biogas can be produced from sustainable raw material and organic waste like food waste, market vegetable waste, animal dung, poultry litter, municipal sewage, press mud, baggase,etc., locally, reliably, simply and efficiently.

Biogas generated in domestic plant is used in partial/whole LPG replacement for cooking purpose in households.

S. No. Size (in m3) Treatable Solid Organic Waste (Kgs) Treatable Organic Waste Water (in Liters) Cooking Time (Single burner) Dimensions (in Ft)
1 0.5 2 5 1 3 X 4
2 1.0 4-6 10 2 4 X 5
3 2.0 6-15 20 4 5 X 6
4 4.0 25-30 40 8 7 X 7
5 5.0 30-35 50 10 8 X 8
6 6.0 35-40 60 12 9 X 9

* All the Biogas plants are water jacket model

  • Easy to Install
  • User friendly
  • Easy to operate
  • High quality material (Fiber Reinforced Plastic- FRP)
  • Reliability
  • Versatility
  • Environmental Compatibility
  • No foul smelling
  • Kills harmful disease causing pathogens
  • Solves waste disposal problem
  • Replaces LPG
Do’s & Don’ts
  • Biogas plant/ Bio-Digester should be placed in open area of smooth & even surface to avoid any physical damage.
  • Biogas plant must be filled with cow dung as inoculum for initial start-up only.
  • Biogas plant should be fed daily without fail for the proper operation of the plant.
  • Solid organic wastes such as vegetable waste, food waste, fruit peels must be mixed with water in a ratio of 1:1 before feeding into the biogas plant.
  • The particle size of the solid waste should be below 25 mm.
  • The liquid organic wastes like leftover milk, curd, rice wash water, dhal wash water, kanji waste water etc can be directly fed into the digester.
  • The gas hose piping from the biogas plant to the kitchen biogas stove is recommended to be in a tapered position.
  • Slurry from the biogas plant should be diluted with water before using it as fertilizer.
  • Water in the outer water jacket portion must be checked at regular time intervals in order to make sure that the water level is not falling down.
  • Proper amount of waste must be fed into the biogas plant as recommended by B-Sustain.
  • Do not over feed the biogas plant as it creates acidity & reduction in microbial population.
  • Avoid feeding chemicals, acid (avoid acidic substances like tamarind & Citrus fruit wastes), plastics, papers, glass & rubber into the biogas plant which will affect the biogas plant functioning by killing methanogenic microbes.
  • Avoid feeding more waste into the biogas plant if the previously generated biogas is not used and is stored in the gas holder.