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Your garbage is packed with potential

Producing renewable energy from your organic waste — another solution for a more energy-efficient future.

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This is how renewable natural gas is produced:

  1. You save your table scraps
  2. They’re collected
  3. The plant transforms them into renewable natural gas
  4. Renewable natural gas is added to the gas network
  5. The energy is ready for use
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I still have energy to spare. How do you like them apples?

266 apple cores can power a tractor-trailer over a distance of 1 km, while emitting 90% less greenhouse gas than oil.

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Vegging in a biodigester produces energy.

Turning your vegetable peels into renewable natural gas is easier than you think!

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Biomethanation, there's nothing scary about it.

What if your municipality coculd turn your organic waste into renewable natural gas? Another solution to reduce greenhouse gases


Mini biomethanation glossary

Enormous vat in which organic waste undergoes fermentation during the biomethanation process. It’s like a large artificial stomach.


Raw natural gas essentially consisting of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) produced from organic waste. Still contains too many impurities to be referred to as renewable natural gas.


Compostable by-product of biomethanation. Can be used as agricultural fertilizer.

Renewable natural gas

Natural gas produced from household and agricultural organic waste. Also known as biomethane.

What to put in the brown bin to create energy?

More and more line our streets, and they’re here to stay! Brown bins (and bags) have crept into our daily lives, quietly prompting us to change our habits. But do you really know what they’re for, or how their contents are used? Here are some answers to help you understand what they are all about.

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Energy production: the extraordinary power of cow dung

Ever heard the saying, “Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed?” This statement by Antoine Lavoisier, the renowned 18th-century French chemist and philosopher, takes on its full meaning when applied to recovering manure.

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