Tag: Surrey

It doesn’t stink – North America’s first closed-loop waste management system opens

It doesn’t stink – North America’s first closed-loop waste management system opens

March 11, 2018 |

In Canada, Surrey’s Biofuel Facility officially opened in the Port Kells industrial area in the British Columbia province. The $68 million facility is the first fully integrated closed-loop organic waste management system in North America. The facility converts curbside organic waste into renewable biofuel to fuel the City’s fleet of natural gas-powered waste collection and […]

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Surrey organic biofuel facility receives QUEST award, to open in 2015

Surrey organic biofuel facility receives QUEST award, to open in 2015

November 25, 2013 |

In Canada, Surrey is developing a district energy system that includes an organic biofuel facility slated to open by 2015. The fuel, derived from organic waste collected around the city, will be processed into renewable natural gas to power waste collection vehicles. The facility will be the only fully-integrated, closed-loop waste management system in North […]

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Canada to build its first organics biofuel facility

Canada to build its first organics biofuel facility

September 26, 2012 |

In Canada, construction will begin on the country’s largest organics biofuel facility next year in Surrey, British Colombia, with plans to open in 2015. The project will process waste into natural gas, decreasing landfill use from roughly 100,000 homes. The federal government will support the project costs and a private company will be selected to […]

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