The facility promises to convert 180,000 tons of food waste a year to biogas to fuel a power plant, vehicles and other equipment.
The proposed facility planned to take in 150,000 tons of municipal solid waste a year and turn it into fuel for factories making cement.
SoCalGas’ plan includes replacing 20 percent of traditional natural gas supply with RNG by 2030, while offering RNG to its customers in Central and Southern California
Clean Energy Fuels has seen an uptick in demand for renewable natural gas from the refuse sector, particularly in California.
The addition of Petro Waste Environmental to WM Energy Services Holdings’ portfolio enhances the company’s offerings.