Bio-Digester Tank System

How does a Bio Digester Tank System work

A consortium of anaerobic bacteria has been formulated and adopted to work at temp as low as 5 degree C. This is the component which acts as inoculums (seed material) to the biodigester and converts the organic waste into methane and carbon dioxide. The anaerobic process inactivates the pathogens responsible for water borne diseases. Biodigester serves as reaction vessel for bio-methanation and provides the anaerobic conditions and required temperature for the bacteria. The optimum temp is maintained by microbial heat, insulation of the reactor and solar heating at places wherever required.

Control what goes into your BDTS

Dont's for optimum utilisation

  • Don't overload your BDTS by discharging more than your it can handle Overloading will lead to flooding or overflow
  • Do not waste any water. Use water sensibly
  • Do not flush your toilet unnecessarily
  • Tank a brief shower instead of a bath
  • Dispose of these wastes as refuse
  • Don't deposit any solid waste other than human toilet waste
  • Put all other waster into a garbage bin
  • Fit a screen at every sink, wash basin and floor drain
  • Don't deposit excessive oil or chemicals into your BDTS. Oil will clog up pores in the soil around the soak away pit. Chemicals are generally toxic to the environment and kill the bacteria that have charged in the BDTS.