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Unison Solutions is uniquely positioned to provide all facets of an upgrading or renewable energy project, including equipment fabrication, startup, and ongoing maintenance support. We analyze your raw biogas, review your system requirements, and provide a complete biogas conditioning system.


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Featured Projects

  • Manteca WQCF, Manteca, CA Manteca WQCF, Manteca, CAThe Wastewater Quality Control Facility in Manteca, CA utilizes a 100 scfm biogas conditioning system that produces fuel for the city’s fleet of garbage trucks. Click here to see a video about the project.
  • Kenosha Water Utility, Kenosha WI Kenosha Water Utility, Kenosha WIThe 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.
  • Durham Advance WWTP, Tigard, OR Durham Advance WWTP, Tigard, ORThe 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.
  • Persigo WWTP, Grand Junction, CO Persigo WWTP, Grand Junction, COThe Persigo WWTP processes 100 scfm of biogas to RNG quality. Product gas is transported through a dedicated 6 mile pipeline to their fueling station. City vehicles including buses and trash haulers fill with a timed fill fuel dispensing system.
  • La Crosse County Solid Waste, Wisconsin La Crosse County Solid Waste, WisconsinLMOP 2012 EPA Award for Landfill Biogas-Electricity Generation Project (CHP)   350 scfm biogas conditioning system feeds a 1.6 mile pipeline to a GE Jenbacher IC engine at the Onalaska Campus for Gundersen Health Systems. Learn more about this site!
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