Digester project near Tulare would turn organic waste into renewable transportation fuel

From The Bakersfield Californian:

BY JOHN COX The Bakersfield Californian jcox@bakersfield.com

Food processors, dairies and others in Kern County may soon have a new place to send their organic waste — and with it, a new source of renewable, compressed natural gas.

This month, two state agencies awarded grants totaling $8 million to help fund construction of a $25-million biogas digester outside Tulare believed to be the first commercial-scale project…

Read more: http://www.bakersfieldcalifornian.com/local/x1524580875/Digester-project-near-Tulare-would-turn-organic-waste-into-renewable-transportation-fuel

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