Methane flaring is a process that captures and eliminates methane, a greenhouse gas, generated from organic effluent through biogas production.

What Can I Do?

High intensity operations such as dairy cattle, feedlot cattle, and piggeries may consider methane flaring as an option for effluent management in their operations. The conversion of captured methane into energy not only helps lower utility bills but also contributes to odour control. 

If you are exploring treatment options, the Clean Energy Regulator’s Animal Effluent Management Method provides relevant information and also helps assessment of eligibility to initiate the design and registration of a suitable project to earn carbon credits (ACCUs).

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