May 20, 2016
DENVER ‐‑ Raw sewage rarely draws a crowd, but former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter joined city leaders from across the state in Denver on Thursday to learn more about turning human waste into natural gas.
David Cox, director of operations for the Renewable Natural Gas Coalition, said turning waste into fuel actually can lower greenhouse-‐‑gas emissions that otherwise would be released on farms, landfills and water-‐‑treatment facilities.
“Renewable natural gas provides an opportunity to convert everyday waste into transportation fuel or renewable electricity,” he said. “This can be part of Colorado’s solution to smog and air pollution, to combat climate change, to stabilize fuel prices.”
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