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Award-winning biogas plant selects Camlin Energy’s VOC analyser to help optimise RNG production

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Faromor CNG operates a RNG upgrading facility supplied by DMT using membrane separation technology. The RNG facility upgrades biogas produced by Stanton Farms in Ontario, Canada.
The project won the 2022 Biogas Project of the Year from the Canadian Biogas Association Industry Awards and is the first agricultural biogas project connected to Ontario’s natural gas grid.
Camlin Energy’s BioSpec VOC analyser has been a key part of the success of the project and has allowed significant financial savings to be realised. The analyser is used to proactively monitor the levels of H2S and VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) in the gas and the plant has taken actions based on the data which has enabled them to prolong the life of the activated carbon media and defer its replacement, whilst ensuring that the upgrading plant is protected from the harmful effects of H2S and VOCs.
Nicholas Hendry, President of Faromor CNG, said “We are extremely happy with the BioSpec VOC analyser. It has given us much needed insight and clarity on the H2S, NH3 and VOC levels in the gas. It has already paid for itself through the savings we have made by deferring the activated carbon media replacement. Camlin’s support has been great, and they have been there to help with any questions.”
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