Compressing biogas for use in garbage and bus engines provides a commercial model to expand and diversify revenue streams.
Compressors move biogas inbetween the utilization platforms and filling pump station to supply waste handling trucks. These components are integrated after the gas cleaning and storage.
The additional integration of a compressor, high pressure storage and refueling allows this element to contribute to overall plant performance.
The compressor ensures the necessary flow rate to compress the enhanced bio methane into high pressure storage from where it can be distributed through the refuelling station. The pressurized storage holds up to 34.15 cuft of fuel. The dispensing station is supplied to fill trucks with the high pressure gas.