US – AD Facility
Development of a dairy biogas project
Brightmark Energy has revealed that it has launched its biogas project in Yakima County, WA, that will convert dairy waste into renewable natural gas (RNG) and other products.
The anaerobic digestion facility will process up to 150,000 gallons of manure, producing 160,000 MMBtu of RNG that will be cleaned, upgraded and compressed before being injected into the nearby Williams NW gas transmission line for sale as fuel.
The project has been valued at US$20 million and is just one of a number of developments that Brightmark is undertaking across the country.
Denmark – Biogas Plant
Construction of a biogas plant with 14 digesters
On 1st April, work officially commenced on the construction of a new biogas plant in Højslev. The facility will feature 14 of Stallkamp’s digesters which will treat around 400,000 tonnes of agricultural, animal and food waste each year, though its maximum capacity is 600,000 tonnes.
Construction work is expected to be completed later this year, with gas injection due to start by December.