A first of its kind renewable gas facility opened on O'ahu Wednesday.
The plant is connected to the City's Hono'uli'uli Wastewater Treatment facility and is managed by Hawaii Gas. The purpose is to turn sewage into energy and hopefully eliminate the need for nearly 15,000 barrels of oil per year. "Today is a huge milestone because we want to do more renewable natural gas," CEO of Hawai'i Gas Alicia Moy said.
By KITV4 Island News