The Kolb Bioenergy Facility in Roswell, NM applies a proprietary technology to efficiently process up to 350,000 gallons of manure and other organic compounds (“feedstock”) from nearby dairies in anaerobic digesters – to clean it and separate the methane from other gases (and better control odors). The methane is then purified to create marketable natural gas. An estimated 20 million cubic feet of natural gas is generated annually, which is sold as a sustainable energy source.
PENETRON ADMIX SB, in soluble bags, was added to 3,000 yds3 of concrete mix for the Kolb Bioenergy plant’s concrete holding tanks and digester. The tie-holes and any visible cracks in the concrete structures were repaired and sealed with a combination of PENECRETE MORTAR, a crystalline waterproofing mortar, and PENETRON, a topical crystalline waterproofing slurry.
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