Louisiana waste district investing $2.8 million to triple biogas to CNG for fleet

January 21, 2015 |

In Louisiana, St. Landry Solid Waste Disposal District will invest $2.8 million to triple the size of its methane capture system that produces natural gas for vehicles while opening a filling station in Opelousas that will allow consumers easier access to the fuel. The station should be open by October. The biogas, which is supplied to the district’s vehicles and some sheriff’s vehicles, will be supplied to various public agencies for their vehicles at about the equivalent of $2 per gallon.

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