Tacoma looking to produce biogas from wastewater

December 18, 2017 |

In Washington state, Tacoma is developing a project to produce biogas at its wastewater treatment facility on the Tideflats that would be compressed into renewable natural gas and fed into the natural gas pipeline for use in vehicles. The report says enough RNG could be produced to replace 325,000 gallons of diesel annually. The city believes it could generate $730,000 per year from RNG and RIN sales, but that even if RIN values fall or are eliminated, the project would still break even of its lifetime.

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