Agreement signed for RNG-from-landfill project in Kentucky, US

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Vision RNG has announced a Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) agreement with the Laurel Ridge Landfill (a subsidiary of Waste Connections) in Corbin, Kentucky, US.
The project will use produce 450,000 MMBtu of RNG annually that will be injected into a nearby natural gas transmission pipeline. This RNG will be used by various customers across the US for transportation fuel and other sustainability purposes.
The project is expected to use 1,800 cfm of landfill gas. Completion is scheduled to be completed in Q4 2024.
Vision RNG’s CEO, Bill Johnson commented: “We are delighted to be partnered with Waste Connections on this project.
"As our portfolio of RNG projects continues to expand, we are making a real impact on reducing methane emissions, capturing that wasted greenhouse gas and putting it to good use as renewable natural gas.”

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