Veolia und Waga begin landfill gas upgrading

French environmental services company Veolia and the technology provider Waga Energy have commissioned a biomethane plant that treats landfill gas from a non-hazardous waste storage site. According to Veolia, the plant is located in Claye-Souilly in the Paris region and will produce 120 GWh of biomethane a year using Waga Energy’s “Wagabox” technology. This “green gas” will then be fed directly into the grid by French gas grid operator Gaz Réseau Distribution France (Grdf).

The amount of gas fed into the network is equivalent to the annual consumption of 20,000 households and will prevent the generation of around 25,000 tonnes of CO2 every year, said Veolia....

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