We are excited to announce the launch of our latest renewable natural gas (RNG) facility, Twin Bridges RNG. Located in Danville, Indiana, this state-of-the-art RNG plant captures landfill gas from Twin Bridges Landfill and is projected to add approximately 1.5 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of RNG capacity annually.
Twin Bridges RNG is the first of three new RNG plants in service in Indiana. The additional two RNG plants are located at the Liberty Landfill in Monticello and the Prairie View Landfill in Wyatt. In total, these three RNG plants are projected to add approximately 3.9 Bcf of RNG capacity each year. When used as a transportation fuel, the RNG generated from these plants could displace approximately 28 million gallons of diesel a year, lowering greenhouse gas emissions by about 280,000 tons.
As a leading RNG developer, we continue to partner with landfills to capture landfill gas and convert the methane to RNG, renewable electricity or medium-Btu energy. As we continue to expand the supply of RNG, our vertically-integrated approach enables us to efficiently collaborate with organizations aiming to reduce emissions and accelerate their utilization of renewable energy.
Learn more about our Twin Bridges RNG plant and how we can help you reduce emissions while increasing revenue at your landfill.
To learn how RNG can help reduce your environmental impact and to inquire about our available supply of RNG, send us a note.