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  • Portland looks to turn more solids into biogas at Columbia plant

    More of Portland’s wastewater soon may be converted to compressed natural-gas vehicle fuel, which would reduce the use of diesel fuel and cut greenhouse gas emissions. Read More
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    Environmental Services has received approval from Portland City Council for its $12M biogas project at the Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment plant in Portland Oregon. With plans to sell the RNG from a fueling station for use in its own trucks and city trucks, what is left out of the remarks is that the Portland metro area still does not have a single public CNG station. At least there are no tolls on the bridges to adjacent Vancouver Washington where public CNG has been available next to a Frito-Lay plant since the spring of 2016.

    http://www.ngvjournal.com/city-of-po...ENVIO%20SIMPLE
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      April 19, 2017 - The bureau says it can produce enough natural gas in a year to power the equivalent of 154 garbage trucks.

      http://www.opb.org/news/article/port...t-natural-gas/
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