|JOBAYE ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS|
Established in the year 2014, we got incorporated with the Corporate Affairs Commission a year later. We are a team of young and vibrant environmentalists who rank among the foremost Biogas practitioners in Nigeria and West Africa.
Jobaye Environmental Solutions was born out of necessity, the company came into existence following the yearning of Nigerians who have been complaining about power deficiency, scarcity of fuel, waste management challenge and the ultimate threat of Global warming. Considering all these challenges, we are the only company in Nigeria that has the wherewithal to provide complete solution to these problems.
Our current focus is on the organic aspect of the waste, We have done extensive Research and Development work and initiated many projects to convert organic waste to COOKING GAS and ELECTRICITY. Regarding the inorganic waste and other complex environmental issues, we have a pool of technical, highly experienced, local and foreign partners who are ready to collaborate with us.
|2015 Best Organic Waste Recycling Initiative|
In October 2015, we won the best organic waste recycling initiative at the first West African Waste & Recycling awards held in Lagos, Nigeria. The award was keenly contested among juggernauts in the waste management industry but our Biogas initiative carried the day.
|Waste To Wealth|
This report is a concise description of the exact steps in converting organic waste to Biogas. Biogas is produced from the anaerobic decomposition of organic waste, It is environmental friendly, non-explosive and smokeless, The gas can be used for cooking, heating, lighting and electricity generation. Fertilizer can also be gotten from the anaerobic decomposition process.
|Jobaye Monthly Workshop|
|Workshop is held every 3rd Saturday of the month|
We periodically organize Seminars/Workshops on how to design Biogas plants which takes place every third Saturday of the month at Yaba Industrial Estate, Onike Road, Sabo – Yaba, Lagos.
The workshop is usually interactive where participants are thoroughly DRILLED on the process of producing Biogas.
Although the Workshop has received so much patronage from people around Lagos; we have even had participants travel all the way from areas like Delta, Ekiti, Ilesha… BUT We mustn’t shy away from the Geographical challenge facing people that are not within Lagos and its Environs.
We receive mails, texts, Calls everyday from different parts of the country on how they can benefit from our Green initiative without participating physically..
Jobaye has hence obliged to the overwhelming support by packaging the workshop curriculum inside 1 Book.
We would be providing an easy to understand step by step instructions on how to build a Biogas plant.
|Biogas Being Produced Inside Eva Bottle.|
Biogas is the term given to the gas that ensues from the ANAEROBIC (Absence of Oxygen) decomposition of organic matter. Biogas is a renewable source of energy that belongs to the category of Biofuels. It typically refers to a gas produced from the biological breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen.
The anaerobic digestion or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as biomass, manure, sewage, municipal waste, food waste, plant material and crops produces Biogas. Its normally produced inside a closed system, Fermentation chamber, Bioreactor or Anaerobic Digester.
Biogas comprises primarily of Methane (CH4) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and may have small amounts of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) and Carbon Monoxide (CO).
|Biogas Can Be Used To Cook|
This energy released allows Biogas to be used as a fuel for any heating purpose - such as cooking. Biogas can be compressed, much like natural gas and utilized.
|Biogas Can Be Used To Power Your Generator|
It can be used in a gas engine to convert the energy in the gas into electricity and heat
|Purification Of Biogas|
It can also be cleaned and upgraded to natural gas standards when it becomes Biomethane.
The Biogas or anaerobic digestion process also leaves a nutrient-rich digestate that can be used as fertilizer.
Energy cost savings
Improvement in sanitation and Hygiene
Renewable and sustainable
Reduces carbon footprint
No indoor air pollution
No health risk
|Small Biogas Digester|
The whole process works like a big stomach: The food (Feedstock) is fed into the mouth (Inlet) and excreted out of the Anus (Outlet)… Th decomposition takes place for about 2 – 4 weeks depending on the nature of the feedstock.
There are so many models of Anaerobic digesters but they all have common features: Digester tank (where the organic material is stored and the microorganisms work on them and release gas), Gas collector where the released gas is stored.
The two most common types are the Floating drum digester and Fixed Digester.
In Lay man definition, The Floating Drum Anaerobic digester 's Gas Collector floats on the organic material mixture (Slurry) present in the digester tank and rises or moves down according to the amount of gas stored.
The Fixed Dome Biogas plant is a type of Digester that serves both as digester tank and gas collector. The gas can also be bottled externally.
In both cases the Feed stock is fed through the feed pipe which is known as INLET of the digester tank, The fully digested slurry drains out through the OUTLET (this can be collected, diluted and used as fertilizer for plants) and A gas pipe line from the Gas collector tank helps in utilizing the gas for cooking and other highlighted uses.
Now let's get down to business and construct a mini Fixed Biogas Plant.
To aid you in the practical proper, We have compiled a Step-Step guide on the Biogas Production process… This Ebook has over 100 Glossy pictures detailing the Construction of a Biogas Digester, Precise way of mixing the Feedstock, Biogas storage and Application.
This Ebook is just N7,000, A token that can set you on the Path of Energy Independence.
To Order Yours; Pay to the Nearest Guaranty Trust Bank.
Account Name – Jobaye Environmental Solutions
Account Number – 0198995668
After Payment, send your Email address, Depositor's name, Package Name (Biogas E-book) and Amount paid to the above number.
You can also attend our monthly Biogas workshop which takes place every Last Saturday of the month at Yaba Industrial Estate, Sabo-Yaba, Lagos… Participation Fee – N15,000
Book a One on One training with us. The private workshop is tailored to meet the training needs of one person or a specific group of people… Reservation fee - N25,000
For payment, follow the above payment process and forward your Name, Email, Amount paid and package paid for to 07056860969 for seat reservation. E.g Foluke Okafor, Folukeokafor@gmail.com, N25,000, Biogas Private workshop.