Toronto’s green bin waste to help produce renewable natural gas for heat, vehicle power
July 23, 2021 By Canadian Biomass
Waste from Toronto’s green bins will help produce renewable natural gas to help the city heat its buildings, power its vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The city will be working with Enbridge Gas and the Dufferin Solid Waste Management Facility, with operations set to begin in the coming weeks. Biogas captured from the green bin waste will be combined with natural gas to heat buildings and power vehicles by early 2022.
The goal is to produce a fuel blend that is seven per cent renewable natural gas.
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