Connecticut town invests in FOG biodiesel production as part of wastewater revamp

December 26, 2019 |

In Connecticut, local press reports that the city of Danbury is set to become the first in the state to collect FOG from its waste streams as part of a wider $100 million wastewater treatment upgrade, which it expects will allow it to process enough fats to produce 250,000 gallons of biodiesel in its first year. That volume of fuel is enough to supply the entire public truck fleet for the city leaving a 90,000 gallon surplus for sale.

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