What can I feed my HomeBiogas unit with?
You can feed HomeBiogas with both manure and leftover food scraps. There is no minimum feeding amount, but there is a maximum feeding amount.
Maximun feeding amount per day:
Food waste: 6 litres
Manure: 30 litres as a slurry
You should not feed HomeBiogas wood shavings, straw, earth, sand, tree branches, paper, metal, plastic, glass, grass, or any non-organic liquid.
Can I relocate my HomeBiogas if I move or am renovating?
Because HomeBiogas is filled up with water, bacteria and organic waste, it should not be relocated unnecessarily. However, the system can be emptied and relocated. The reactivation process is the same as for the initial start-up.
What kind of stove can be used with HomeBiogas?
Every HomeBiogas purchase comes with our specially designed biogas stovetop and a yellow pipe, which carries the gas to the stovetop. Connecting the biogas stovetop to the HomeBiogas system is easy and does not require a technician!
How does HomeBiogas make bio-slurry fertiliser?
In addition to creating biogas cooking fuel, HomeBiogas creates a bio-slurry fertiliser full of macro and micro nutrients which are in the right form for rapid absorption by plants. The fertiliser can increase growth and your plants’ resilience to diseases. The liquid bio-slurry fertiliser is automatically ejected from HomeBiogas through the fertiliser outlet as you add more organic waste and water into the system each day.