Vision RNG, Meridian Waste Launch Landfill Gas to Renewable Natural Gas Project in Missouri

(P&GJ) — Vision RNG (VRNG) is pleased to announce that its Landfill Gas (LFG) to Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) project at Meridian Waste’s Eagle Ridge Landfill in Bowling Green, Missouri is now fully operational.

(Source: Vision RNG)

The project uses 1,500 scfm of Landfill Gas (LFG) and produces 375,000 MMBtu of RNG annually, enough renewable gas to heat approximately 8,800 homes per year.

“The energy, environmental and economic benefits are significant for all parties,” Bill Johnson, CEO of VRNG, said. “This is the first of several LFG to RNG projects VRNG will be bringing online, including projects in Kentucky, Alabama, South Carolina and Oklahoma.”

The RNG is injected into a nearby interstate natural gas pipeline and used by various customers across the U.S. for transportation fuel and other sustainability purposes. RNG production has many environmental and economic benefits, including being a carbon-neutral energy solution, lowering methane emissions, reducing our dependence on fossil fuels, and utilizing the current natural gas infrastructure.

“By converting our landfill gas into pipeline quality clean energy, we manage potential odors more effectively, reduce Greenhouse gas emissions, and capture a once wasted renewable resource to fuel more efficient trucks and operations throughout the region,” Gregg Asciutto, area president – Missouri, said.

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