Canadian Biomass Magazine

Quebec biogas plant nears completion

April 29, 2016
By Andrew Macklin

April 29, 2016 – The long-awaited biogas plant in Saint-Hyacinthe is nearing completion, with operations expected to be in full swing by the fall.

According to an article from the Daily Commercial News, the $85 million production facility will begin by providing biogas to heat its own facility, while also providing fuel for several commercial vehicles used by the operation.

As reported in October of 2014, the facility has an agreement in place with Gaz Metro to provide up to 13 million cubic metres of renewable natural gas per year for up to 20 years.

For more on the work being done to complete the facility, click here.


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