Published on October 28, 2016
The use of renewable natural gas (RNG) is seeing a dramatic uptick by businesses and municipalities throughout the U.S. RNG is made by breaking down organic material found in wastewater, agricultural waste, decomposing food and yard waste to produce biogas. The process uses anaerobic digesters and then refined into an ultra-low-carbon, low-emissions source of energy and transportation fuel, all using a fraction of the carbon footprint of diesel, gasoline or other petroleum-based fuels.
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