Greenlane Biogas secures contract to develop biomethane to pipeline project in California
The company will provide engineering services to CR&R Waste & Recycling for a biogas to biomethane project in Perris, California.
Under the terms of the agreement, Greenlane’s scope of work will involve detailing a design solution to enable the biomethane produced at the facility to meet the stringent Rule 30 requirements for injection into California pipelines.
Rule 30 is a guideline created by the state utilities specifying the pipeline gas quality biomethane producers must meet in order for biomethane to be received and distributed.
“We are excited to be continuing to work with CR&R on the next phase of this project,” said Brent Jaklin, Managing Director for Greenlane Biogas North America. “With our proven expertise in biogas upgrading, we offer CR&R a solution that allows their biomethane to meet Rule 30 for pipeline injection. At Greenlane we are continually challenging ourselves to stay ahead of our competition and we are fortunate to have customers like CR&R that share that same motivation.”
Greenlane previously provided a Totara biogas upgrading system for the CR&R biomethane facility which is being developed in four phases. The Totara system will initially convert biogas produced from the anaerobic digestion of 80,000 tons/year of municipal organic waste into one million gallons of diesel equivalent biomethane to fuel CR&R’s fleet of waste collection vehicles.
Source: Greenlane Biogas
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