Check out a time-lapse of one of our projects over the last 12 months for the Wasatch Resource Recovery! This rapid progress has us excited for a fully operational facility that is soon underway. Thanks to Aqua Engineering for the video!

PORTLAND OR — It was announced this August that DMT Clear Gas Solutions joins the NW Alliance for Clean Transportation (NWACT). Transportation is a leading source of climate change and air quality pollutants. NWACT is a group of diverse stakeholders with a common mission to promote a cleaner transportation environment through expanded deployment of natural gas vehicles (NGVs). As the technology supplier for renewable natural gas (RNG), DMT is proud to join others who agree that NGVs, especially those powered by RNG, is ready to step up and usher us into the future.

NWACT Newsletter Announcement

PORTLAND, OR — Global biogas upgrading specialist, DMT, has produced 9 billion cubic feet of renewable natural gas (RNG) worldwide—enough green gas to heat 227,000 homes and power thousands of vehicles.

30 international plant operators to date use DMT’s Carborex® MS—a biogas to pure methane system with advanced membrane technology. What are the global impacts of these projects and what does this mean in terms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions?


As of the 1st of November, Stephen McCulloch is appointed Business Director for DMT Environmental Technology to cover and further develop the UK market. The prime goal is twofold: Stephen is going to grow the market for resource recovery and strengthen DMT’s service ability for current biogas upgrading projects. “I believe joining DMT as UK Business Director, brings together the perfect partnership of experience and market intelligence”, according to McCulloch.

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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