What’s That Valuable Gas Escaping From Your Clean-Water Plant?

Methane releases from wastewater treatment plants are gaining attention as contributors to the greenhouse gas load that is driving global climate change

For years digester methane has been a valuable renewable fuel that can be burned to supply heat and electricity for wastewater treatment plants.

But researchers today claim it also has a dark side: They describe methane (biogas) that escapes from treatment plants as a meaningful...

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