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The Future of Biogas as a Renewable Energy Source
May 05, 2020 | By Benedette Cuffari, M.Sc.
In the United States, over 70 million tons of organic waste is produced each year. Unfortunately, the mismanagement of these wastes poses significant consequences to both public health and the environment in the form of surface and groundwater contamination.
Increasing the acquisition and utilization of biogas, which is a type of fuel that can be extracted from these organic wastes, could reduce these unwanted health effects while simultaneously offering consumers a new and exciting renewable energy source.
Town of Wrightstown gives final OK to biodigester
May 04, 2020 | By FOX 11 New
Construction on a biodigester could start in July, after approval from the town on Monday.
BC Organics plans to build the facility in a field on Mill Road near Old 57 in the Town of Wrightstown WI. The biodigester would turn manure from 13 local farms into renewable natural gas.
AgSTAR’s New Digester Project Development Handbook
April 29, 2020 | By Nick Elger and Vanessa McKinneyHot off the “press,” AgSTAR’s updated handbook is a comprehensive compilation of the latest knowledge in the industry on best practices for anaerobic digestion and biogas systems.
Where is Renewable Natural Gas Moving Forward and What Will This Mean for the Industry and States? (Part 1)
April 29, 2020 | By Arlene KaridisThis is the first of a three-part series that explores developments in RNG and what these developments will likely mean for whom. Part one delves into activities in specific states—from a New York bill to promote decarbonization in the transportation sector, to developments in Oregon and Colorado and early work in Minnesota and Hawaii. Part two explores RNG pricing and market trends in both the transportation fuel and utilities markets. And part three reports on financing mechanisms to support RNG infrastructure.