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From trash to treasure: Kinetrex Energy’s renewable natural gas

One of Kinetrex Energy’s goals since its founding in 2013, has been to provide a clean, cost-effective and practical diesel fuel alternative. Kinetrex Energy’s...

Waste to Fuel: On the making of renewable natural gas

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What is renewable natural gas? How is it made? Take a look into this growing renewable fuel option to learn what makes it clean and how it's created.

Triangle Clean Cities Coalition partnered to host two RNG workshops

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This year, the Triangle Clean Cities Coalition partnered with the Land of Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition to host two renewable natural gas (RNG) workshops at the Wake Technical Community...

UPS utilizes RNG to help reach sustainability goals

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UPS says it has entered into multi-year renewable natural gas (RNG) agreements with Kinetrex Energy and TruStar Energy. Together, these two contracts will supply UPS with up to...

New Renewable Natural Gas facility in Indianapolis

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A major Renewable Natural Gas facility is coming to Indianapolis. It will convert landfill gas into approximately 8 million gallons of RNG annually. Kinetrex...

Renewable Natural Gas Industry: Making renewable fuel & power from organic...

The Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas dives into renewable natural gas (aka biomethane, RNG) & the RNG industry in North America, including the economic,...

The largest wastewater treatment biogas production-to-renewable natural gas facility in the...

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Watch the celebration of the largest wastewater treatment biogas production-to-renewable natural gas facility in the United States being opened in Phoenix, Arizona. To learn more...

Waste Management opens $30M renewable natural gas facility in Louisville

KCFC Executive Director Emily Carpenter was honored to speak at the Waste Management Grand Opening of the $30 million renewable natural gas facility in...

St. Landry Parish turns garbage into renewable natural gas

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See how St. Laundry Parish, Louisiana, creates renewable natural gas to fuel its vehicles.
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