In this Inside Energy audio story — Making Energy From Waste: The Other Natural Gas — EV President Joanna Underwood applauds the Grand Junction project as a common sense way to both save money and lower greenhouse gas emissions. Moreover, if all the organic waste in the country was gathered, current technologies could produce enough natural gas to replace about half of the diesel fuel used in the US transportation sector. You can also read the full story by Dan Boyce here.
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