DMT Clear Gas Solutions, a global biogas and landfill gas upgrading solutions provider, will install the first biogas upgrading system using high selective membranes in Hawaii. The gas utility, Hawaii Gas, has selected DMT Clear Gas Solutions as their technology provider to build the biogas upgrading plant at the Honouliuli Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP).
Domestic waste water has increasingly become a resource for energy production. The use of domestic waste water is a source of energy, through the anaerobic conversion of the wastewater’s
organic sludge into CH4, methane. This methane, also referred to as Renewable Natural Gas (RNG), can be injected into the gas grid or used as a vehicle fuel.  Read more

Calgren Dairy Fuels, LLC, in Pixley, CA, is going to desulfurize their biogas using DMT Clear Gas Solution’s innovative biogas desulfurization technology, Sulfurex®BR. DMT is very proud to align with Calgren. By selecting the advanced Sulfurex®BR system, Calgren is continuing the trend of improving America’s energy security. This Calgren project, along with the existing ethanol production facility in Pixley, creates high quality jobs while cleaning the environment with a state of the art biogas plant. Read more

DMT Clear Gas Solutions is going to provide the upgrading technology for a waste to resources facility in Utah. As we posted earlier we are very proud that the selected technology is DMT’s Carborex®MS. This technology uses high selective membranes to clean the raw biogas to RNG, Renewable Natural Gas.

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Utah’s first anaerobic digester for food waste will produce enough renewable natural gas to power 15,000 homes. DMT Clear Gas Solutions is an integral part of this project by providing the upgrading technology for the biogas.

Approximately one-third of the food produced for human consumption annually gets lost or wasted. The Wasatch Resource Recovery project will become an advanced food waste digestion facility that will process approximately 180,000 tons of food waste per year that will be diverted from landfills. By processing the food waste on this progressive resource recovery site, the life of the local landfills will be extended. Greenhouse gases will be reduced by an equivalent of over 75,000 cars. Not only the methane will be used as natural gas but also part of the CO2 will be reused to grow algae. The Wasatch Resource Recovery site in North Salt Lake, UT has selected DMT Clear Gas Solution’s upgrading technology for their recovery site. Read full article