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Puregas Solutions for North America Press Release

August 2016 marked the official opening of Puregas Solutions new North American sales office. Located in Culver City, CA. Puregas Solutions brings the industry leading CApure biogas upgrading technology to the North American market for the very first time. Puregas…

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Biogas Piping Design and Safety

Safety is extremely important to Unison both at our production facility and at our client's sites. Learn more about the regulations and details of safe biogas piping in the June 2016 article from BioCycle.

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Not Stopping at First

St. Landry Parish has continued to be a leader in landfill-gas-to-vehicle fuel projects. Their first system, completed in 2012, utilized 50 scfm of biogas from the landfill. This fuel was used to supply RNG to their municipal vehicles.  They then…

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Landfill Gas Treatment Systems

Want to learn more about biogas to energy systems? This article in the MSW Supplement discusses the technologies used to treat the gas for use in turbines and engines to produce electricity. Read more about it! MSW Management Supplement 2016

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Bowerman Power Project

This landfill gas-to-electricity plant at the Frank R. Bowerman landfill in Irvine, CA includes hydrogen sulfide vessels by Unison. Read more about the project in the March 29, 2016 article in Renewable Energy from Waste. Bowerman Power Project_REW March 2016

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PBS_Turning Poop into Power, Not Pollution

PBS News hour shares information on an agricultural site using dairy waste to produce pipeline quality gas in addition to the City of Grand Junction, CO municipal waste water plant turning human waste into fuel for their city vehicles. Learn…

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City of Kiel, Wisconsin

Read about the history of the waste water treatment facility in Kiel, Wisconsin, in addition to their new biogas to energy (CHP) system. CSWEA Winter 2015 edition has all the details.

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Fuel for the Fleet

Many municipal vehicles in the Colorado City of Grand Junction now run on fuel that costs the city just $1.50 a gallon.  The city no longer has to worry about oil markets now that the fuel price is locked in…

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