RENEWABLE NATURAL GAS
REDUCE GREENHOUSE EMISSIONS & CREATE ENERGY
Renewable natural gas (RNG) is natural gas produced from organic waste materials like food waste and animal and plant-based materials. The major sources of RNG are landfills, animal manure, and solid waste extracted during wastewater treatments. This is the only truly renewable natural gas because it is created by waste that is continuously produced, and is naturally occurring as part of the decomposition process. Anaerobic digestion technology captures raw biogas, cleans, upgrades, and compresses it into RNG.
HOW IT WORKS
Dairy, food, animal, and other organic waste is collected from the farm.
Waste is processed by the digester, which then releases biogas/methane.
Biogas is captured in the digester.
The biogas is then processed into renewable natural gas (RNG).
The RNG is injected into a pipeline for distribution.
Remaining digestate (90% of original product) is turned into soil products or given back to the farm.
RNG: THE CARBON-NEUTRAL FUEL
By utilizing the ever-produced waste of factory farmed animals (one of the the largest contributors to greenhouse gasses in the world) and other organic materials, as well as waste water treatments , RNG leads the way in cutting the greenhouse gas emissions released by these facilities using an anaerobic digestion process. Gasses that would normally rise into the atmosphere are captured and turned into clean, renewable energy.
Studies show, when RNG from dairy manure is used in place of traditional gasoline fuel for vehicles, the greenhouse gasses are lowered by 400%.
BENEFICIAL RNG BY-PRODUCTS
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT.
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