This pilot workshop is aimed at current or future operators, managers and proprietors of biogas production plants to provide participants with a basic understanding of the principles and
practices of biogas production.
The use of bio-gas production is being taken up by industry to optimise the potential of valuable
organic bi-products and to minimize the impact of environmental concerns. Key industries are:
Intensive piggeries, beef feedlots and chicken production units;
Production horticulture industries such as almond, olive, citrus and vegetables;
Food processing; and
Municipal waste collection.
The key areas covered in the workshop are:
An Introduction to Bio-gas Production and Use
Anaerobic Digestion Process
Anaerobic Digestion Reactors
Final Use and Products, such as methane production and electrical generation
Co-products and their use
Working with organisational policies, procedures and checklists
Set up, preparation and operation of equipment
Relevant legislation and regulations
Terms and definitions
This pilot workshop is part of a Skills Victoria project conducted through the National Centre for
Sustainability at Sunraysia Institute of TAFE and is part of a trial phase of a project which is
aimed at developing bio-gas knowledge and skills for Industry.
The pilot workshop is being presented by nationally acknowledged industry leaders in bio-gas
Locations and Dates
To be advised - dependent on numbers and location(s) of expressions of interests.
Expressions of Interest
We are currently taking expressions of interest which can be directed to:
National Centre for Sustainability at Sunraysia Institute of TAFE
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 03 5022 3704