CNG Fueling Projects

There are currently three BioCNG™ systems in operation, each producing an average of 200 gallons of gasoline equivalent (GGE) of CNG per day from about 50 cfm of biogas.

Two of the operating projects use biogas from a landfill while the third uses WWTP digester gas. The first BioCNG™ at the Rodefeld Landfill, in Madison, Wisconsin, began vehicle fuel operations in early 2011. The CNG fuel is being used to fuel a sheriff’s fleet, pick-up trucks, and refuse vehicles.

Other BioCNG™ projects are currently under construction at a landfill and food waste digester. For more information, visit the project pages.