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$790 $590 USD

$790 $590 USD

The HomeBiogas 2.0 transforms food waste and animal manure into energy in your own backyard! 


The Pre-Order Exclusive Deal includes 5 FREE accessories 

  • Single-Burner Biogas Stove
  • Growth Boosting Beads
  • Filter for Fertilizer
  • Filter for Biogas
  • Insulating Foam Sheet


HomeBiogas 2.0 will be available for shipment in August 2018. 

The Pre-Order Exclusive Deal includes 5 FREE accessories 

  • Single-Burner Biogas Stove
  • Growth Boosting Beads
  • Filter for Fertilizer
  • Filter for Biogas
  • Insulating Foam Sheet


HomeBiogas 2.0 will be available for shipment in June 2018. 

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$790 $590 USD
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Here's how the HomeBiogas 2.0 appliance can benefit you:

For Sustainable Living

HomeBiogas 2.0 is a powerful tool that helps mitigate climate change. It is an off-the-grid appliance that reduces carbon emissions by 6 tons annually!

Super Easy Set-Up

Connect a few parts using our detailed guide and fill up the digester with water. Assembly is super easy and should only take an hour!


Large Capacity

HomeBiogas 2.0 can be fed up to 12 liters of food waste / 36 liters of animal manure. It takes all types of waste- meat, dairy, vegetables, oils etc.

Weather Needed

HomeBiogas 2.0 operates optimally in warm climates with a day/night average of 20°C. There are several actions that can be taken for colder regions.



Every kilo of food waste recycled with HomeBiogas 2.0 produces about 200 liters of biogas, the amount needed for approximately one hour of cooking.


Extremely Safe

Biogas produced by HomeBiogas 2.0 is much safer than using a LPG or propane gas tank or cooking over an open fire. Read more here.

How It Works

1. Feed the System
Place your food and/or animal waste into the system sink. The waste will fall directly into the digester tank.
2. Digestion Process
The sun’s heat will activate the bacteria in the tank. The bacteria break down the waste and produce biogas.
3. Biogas is Formed
Biogas collects in the gas tank and is stored at low pressure. A pipe carries the gas to the kitchen stove.
4. Use By-Products
Cook on the clean biogas and use the natural, liquid fertilizer, which is produced for your home garden.
HomeBiogas is in over 70 countries and featured in publications all over the world
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Frequently Asked Questions

You can input up to 12 liters (12qt) of food waste or up to 36 liters (36qt) of animal manure into HomeBiogas each day.
Unlike composters, HomeBiogas can accept all food, including meat, fish, oil and fats.
The system can store up to 700 liters of biogas at any given time indefinitely. The biogas will remain in the gas bag until used.
Yes! HomeBiogas 2.0 converts waste to biogas all the time, 24/7.
We recommend maintaining your HomeBiogas 2.0 unit periodically by:

1. Replacing its gas filter once a year. The gas filter removes the hydrogen sulfide from the biogas.
2. Removing the sludge that accumulates at the bottom of the digestion tank. This should be removed once every 3-5 years. Once the sludge is removed, it can be applied directly to your garden as fertilizer or used to wet your compost heap.
3. Replacing the chlorine tablet if it has dissolved completely. The chlorine tablet disinfects the remaining bacteria in the liquid fertilizer.
The nutritious, liquid fertilizer byproduct accelerates plant growth and resilience to diseases. The liquid fertilizer may be safely used to enrich a vegetable patch, flower beds, fruit trees or a hydroponic bed.
HomeBiogas is the ultimate solution for organic kitchen waste treatment. Composters are not truly suitable for kitchen leftovers like meat, fish, oil, bones and fats. HomeBiogas is complementary to the composter since it can digest non-vegetarian matter and of course, produces biogas which can be used for cooking.
HomeBiogas is not only safe, it is safer than LPG and propane:

The moment Methane gas gets released into the air it loses its ability to ignite. LPG and propane sink to the ground and stay in a given space, while biogas diffuses upwards, leaving the premise immediately. At the unlikely chance that the system leaks and ignites, it can only produce a momentary flame. Furthermore, the gas tank sits on top of the 1200 liters digestion liquid tank. This water would put out any momentary flame immediately.
HomeBiogas operates optimally in warm climates. Still, there are 2 actions that can be taken for colder regions to make the system operate well.

1) Add an electric aquarium heater to heat the digester tank.

2) Place the system in a greenhouse or in an indoor space that is warm and has proper ventilation.