Renewable natural gas (RNG) is carbon-neutral energy created from decomposing organic waste. Methane emissions from municipal landfills, wastewater treatment plants, farms, and industries can be captured, refined and converted into renewable energy.
RNG is not a fossil fuel and does not add carbon to the environment. Even more importantly, RNG captures and converts methane from waste treatment facilities, preventing the release of emissions that are 25 times more harmful than CO2. This significantly reduces the carbon footprint of energy consumption while lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
By Gas Technology, Control Engineering