Walnut, Mississippi to get Air Liquide biogas purification plant

By The Daily Journal.

WALNUT – Air Liquide plans to construct and operate a landfill gas-to-renewable natural gas purification plant in Walnut that will enable the conversion of the methane emitted by waste to a renewable energy capable of heating about 4,500 homes per year.

Air Liquide, based in Paris, France will design, build and operate its first LFG-to-RNG purification plant in the U.S. at the Northeast Mississippi Landfill, which is owned by the Northeast Mississippi Solid Waste Management Authority. It is operated by national solid waste company Waste Connections Inc. and receives approximately 350,000 tons of waste per year.

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