This Design/Build project consists of six, one million gallon reinforced concrete digester tanks and measures at 86’ diameters by 26’ high. Also included in this project is a 6,150 SF generator housing structure, in addition to a 8,400 SF solids handling building and reception tanks.
Anaerobic digestion involved the use of microbes in huge tanks, which feed off organic materials like farm waste to produce methane-rich biogas. This biogas can be used to generate electricity and heat.
Lochsa Engineering provided construction documents and construction administration services for this project.