Wednesday, 13 April 2016

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No comments | Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Biomethane will start to be produced in Ceará at the Caucaia West Metropolitan Sanitary Landfill (ASMOC), located in the Metropolitan Region of Fortaleza in Brazil. The project, called Fortaleza Renewable Natural Gas (Fortaleza RNG), is a state government partnership with Fortaleza City Hall and private companies. The first stage of the plant was inaugurated on April 11, when the system to process the gases from the garbage dump was turned on.

Fortaleza RNG will start producing 70,000 m³ of biomethane per day and can reach up to 150,000 m³/day, ranking the landfill as the second largest biogas producer in Brazil (the first is Jardim Gramacho in Rio de Janeiro, which already has the capacity to produce 240,000 m³ of biogas per day).

Source: NGV Global Biogas plant producing fuel for taxis will open in northeastern Brazil

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