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Kenosha Water Utility, Kenosha WI

The ACEC 2017 Grand Award went to Kenosha Water Utility for  their Energy Optimized Resource Recovery Project. Included in this project is a 300 scfm biogas conditioning system from Unison Solutions which feeds a Senergie IC engine.

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Kenosha WWTP, WI – Recovering the Resources

The wastewater treatment plant in Kenosha, WI is making the most of its biogas. They have a Unison Solutions biogas conditioning system that feeds a Senergie engine, producing up to 660 kW of electrical energy in addition to recovering heat.…

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Durham Advance WWTP, Tigard, OR

The biogas conditioning system at the Durham Advance WWTP in Tigard, OR processes 460 scfm of biogas. This is the fuel source for their GE Jenbacher engine which produces electricity for use at the plant.

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City Calls Biogas Project a Huge Success

Officials for the city of Grand Junction, CO have been able to convert methane into a usable fuel for 62 city and county vehicles, saving about $179,000 to date on gas.  Click the link to read the full story and…

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Triple Play – MAS Energy Projects in Atlanta Area

A series of three identical landfill-gas-to-energy projects is providing power to Atlanta-area residents while greatly reducing carbon emissions.  The projects at Richland Creek Landfill (Buford), Pine Ridge Landfill (Griffin), and Oak Grove Landfill (Winder) all were built with an identical…

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South San Francisco_Biogas to Fleet Fuel

South San Francisco Scavenger and Blue Line Transfer are successfully treating both commercial and residential organics and producing RNG. The small site footprint and dry fermentation digesters make this site unique. Read more about it in the July 2016 issue…

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St.Landry RIN Agreement

The St.Landry Parish Solid Waste Commission has signed an agreement with Shell Energy to sell renewable identification numbers for RNG produced by the landfill. Read more about it.

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City of San Mateo, CA

The City of San Mateo has completed its wastewater-to-CNG fueling facility using an ANGI Energy package, and is looking now to expand its modest fleet of compressed natural gas-fueled vehicles.  Read the full Fleets & Fuels article here.

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