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Canadian project illustrates potential of biogas to provide green power (CA)


London, with population about 366,000, will this year see the launch of the privately owned Harvest Power Mustang Generation Limited plant that will process more than 15 different waste streams into biogas to generate electricity as well as dry bio fertilizers. The 4.5-hectare plant—incorporating a Global Water Eng. RAPTOR (rapid transformation of organic residues) system—harvests waste such as grocery store rejects, kitchen and market waste, food processing residues, leachate, manure and slaughterhouse residues, which it converts into enough biogas (primarily methane) to generate 2.85 MW of electricity and 8.7 tons a day of dry bio fertilizer.

Source: Water & Wastes Digest

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