Biogas-to-Fuel Study Moves Forward in Wisconsin

The Watertown Public Works Commission in Wisconsin recently OK’d a study to assess biogas as a potential transportation fuel.

According to a local report from the Watertown Daily Times, the commission approved the nearly $15 million project to be conducted with Symbiont Inc.

The study, according to the minutes of the commission’s Jan. 22 meeting, is designed to “determine feasibility and opportunities” to better use biogas from an anaerobic digestion process at a wastewater treatment facility.

By, Betsy Lillian, NGT News

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