Nature Energy to build biogas plant in Quebec

Danish company to establish a large-scale facility to convert biomass from local agricultural production, industry and institutions into renewable natural gas (RNG) for the Quebec grid.

This article is related to Canada’s energy and chemicals sectors. Alfa Laval’s heat transfer units and wastewater separators are used to reduce water and carbon footprints for heavy process operations across Canada.

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“…Nature Energy, a global leader in renewable energy, announced that it has acquired land in Farnham, Que., to build its first-ever biogas plant in North America….


…In addition to adding value to biomass produced by agriculture, industries, businesses and institutions, Nature Energy’s project represents an investment of approximately $100 million that will create more than 200 jobs during the plant’s construction phase and 15 permanent jobs once it is in operation....”


Click here to learn more about Alfa Laval’s equipment for energy reuse and emissions reduction in heavy process operations.


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