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Megan Young

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September 2021

The U.S. produces almost 70 million tons of waste each year, which, over time, generates biogas with the help of bacteria. Biogas is a mixture of methane, carbon dioxide, and other trace gases and is generally released into the atmosphere. However, waste collection plants are now looking at ways to collect the biogas and refine it into pure methane, also known as Renewable Natural Gas (RNG). RNG can be used for injections into existing natural gas pipelines or used as fuel for RNG-dependent transportation vehicles. In recent years, the number of RNG plants has grown significantly within the U.S.

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