The company is working with Whole Foods, Northgate Markets and a few other grocers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, California and Wisconsin.
The anaerobic digestion facility has a design capacity of up to 73,600 tons of organic waste per year.
One could reasonably expect more regulatory responsibility will be placed on states and municipalities.
The company has been developing a 3.2MW anaerobic digestion biogas facility.
Customers buy quasar’s AD technology or the company provides the service for them.
It is similar to legislation that has been passed in Connecticut and Massachusetts and some large cities around the country.
The Oklahoma plant will now produce produce 440 million scf of renewable natural gas for grid injection at full capacity.