Liquor: this is whole digestate which has had most, or all, of the solid material separated.

Digestate typically comes in three forms:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do digestates include animal by-product. Some digestates are made from food wastes such as dairy produce, meat and fish. The production and use of these digestates is governed by the Animal By-Products Regulations, which require all materials to be pasteurised. Once pasteurised, digestate is safe to use, although livestock should not be grazed, or forage crops cut, within three weeks of application (or within two months for pigs), in accordance with legislative and good practice requirements for the use of all organic materials

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Whole: similar in its appearance to a livestock slurry, with typically less than 5% dry matter.

Fibre: similar to compost, this is the solid material separated out of the whole digestate.