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Process Outputs

Substitute Natural Gas (SNG)

Substitute Natural Gas (SNG) is pipeline-grade natural gas produced from fossil carbon waste. Fossil carbon waste is any waste from either fossil fuel or non-biological origin, meaning its origin is industrial or the result of any non-natural process (oftentimes utilizing fossil fuels). Examples of fossil carbon waste materials a system should be able to convert into SNG include plastics, tires, and textiles.

Like Renewable Natural Gas (RNG), every unit of SNG produced by our system displaces an equal unit of conventional natural gas on a one-for-one basis. The system uses a bio-methanation process to condition the natural gas for export from the facility via the North American natural gas pipeline infrastructure which allows for distribution throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

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