From wood waste to renewable natural gas: A Kelowna company’s plan

A Kelowna company has a plan in the works to turn biomass fuels into renewable natural gas. Courtesy: REN Energy


A Kelowna company has plans in the works to turn wood waste into renewable natural gas.  REN Energy says it’s been working on developing the method for the past several years.

The company says that renewable natural gas can be generated from biomass wastes, including sawdust, wood chips, hog fuel, municipal solid waste and paper.


Source: Global News


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