Water pollution

The provision of clean water for domestic use is critical. Many areas of South East Asia have inadequate water treatment systems and still rely on supply of water direct from water courses. The lack of engineering of landfill sites and resultant effluent (leachate)In an environmental context, leachate is any liquid material that drains from land or stockpiled material, such as in a landfill site, and contains significantly elevated concentrations of undesirable material derived from the material that it has passed through.
can lead to severe groundwater pollution.

The anaerobic digestion process will help to address this problem by containing and utilising the organic waste and liquors that arise, in the production of biomethane gas for use as vehicle fuel.

The liquors will be treated to consented discharge standards or may be recycled in the form of grey water for agricultural purposes.

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