CNG Fueling Projects
There are currently 11 BioCNG™ systems in operation, producing from 200 – 800 gallons of gasoline equivalent (GGE) of CNG per day from about 50-200 cfm of biogas.
Four of the operating systems use biogas from a landfill while the four use WWTP digester gas and three use food or green waste digester gas. The first BioCNG™ at the Rodefeld Landfill, in Madison, Wisconsin, began vehicle fuel operations in early 2011. The CNG fuel is being used to fuel a sheriff’s fleet, pick-up trucks, and refuse vehicles.
Other BioCNG™ projects are currently under construction at a landfill and a wastewater treatment plant. For more information, visit the project pages.