• Custom feasibility studies for anaerobic digesters

  • Your liaison to leading anaerobic digestion researchers and technology providers in North America

  • Expertise for efficiently converting waste into fuel and energy

  • See Services for SeaHold’s Template of Factors to Consider before Beginning a Biogas Project

SeaHold® LLC – your technology resource for both conventional and innovative alternatives at the forefront of the anaerobic digestion industry

The SeaHold® LLC focus is on anaerobic digestion.
» Anaerobic digestion occurs when organic material or biomass is in an oxygen-free environment in a digester.
» Bacteria, naturally present, digest or break down the biomass in a biochemical process.
» Biomethane and carbon dioxide are produced.
» The biomethane can be captured and used for electric generation, pipeline-quality gas to the grid, or compressed natural gas (CNG) for transport fuel.

Upcoming Events

Renewable Energy from Waste Conference
San Jose, California
November 17 - 20, 2014
www.REWConference.com
Use Code REW10TEAM for a 10% discount on registration.
Please stop by the Team Biogas® exhibit to learn about instruments that can remove the guesswork from your biogas laboratory measurements.

Waste Conversion Congress West Coast 2014
San Diego, California
December 3 - 4, 2014
www.renewable-waste.com
Use Code SEAHOLD for a $300 discount on registration.

Current Project:

  • Biodico Sustainable Refineries (with California Energy Commission support)
  • Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center
  • 2010 to Present
  • Red Rock Ranch, Five Points, California
  • National Environmental Technology Test Site
  • Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme, California
  • To create self-sustainable systems for the production of biofuel and bioenergy using local resources.

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One central source for the key instruments, sensors and equipment needed for anaerobic digestion laboratory testing.

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