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Greenland Biogas’s High-Capacity Kauri

July 20, 2017 in Biofuels, Biomethane by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

A New Unit for Upgrading Biogas to Biomethane
Can Handle 3,000 Scfm Daily for Pipeline Injection

Greenlane Biogas is promoting a new high-capacity biogas upgrading system called “Kauri.” Kauri can handle up to 3,000 scfm/standard cubic feet per minute, the company says, producing clean RNG/renewable natural gas, aka biomethane, for pipeline injection.

New ‘Kauri’ biogas upgrading equipment from Greenlane will allow developers to produce more than five million cubic feet of pipeline-ready RNG/renewable natural gas ‘per day with a single system,’ the company says.

Greenlane provides offers modular upgrading equipment that can handle gas from multiple and diverse sources, including methane-rich agricultural waste, residential and commercial food waste, municipal waste (sewage), and landfills.

The company claims an installed base of more than 100 systems operating in North and South America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. Greenlane offers water-wash, PSA/pressure swing adsorption and membrane purification hardware.

Greenlane for CR&R

With its 3,000-scfm capacity – double the capacity of Greenlane’s next largest package – new Kauri equipment will allow biogas developers to produce more than five million cubic feet of pipeline-ready RNG daily, “with a single system,” Greenlane says.

“The first commercial installation of the Kauri biogas upgrading system is scheduled for completion and operations to begin by the end of 2017,” the company says.

CC&R uses Greenlane RNG to help fuel a large fleet of CNG refuse trucks.

Greenland fleet customers include California’s CR&R, which uses Greenlane-treated RNG to fuel hundreds of refuse trucks (F&F, September 21, 2015).

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Source: Greenlane Biogas with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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