Heartland Biogas Facility
Imagine transforming organic waste into renewable energy and compost.
And doing it on a larger scale than any biogas facility in North America. That's just what developer Heartland Biogas, LLC is up to. We're on board with them to create the anaerobic digester facility that'll make it happen.
Using a mixture of cow manure from local dairies and organic waste from restaurant grease traps, spoiled grocery store products, cafeteria waste and food processing residuals, the facility will produce over 50 megawatts of renewable natural gas. Additional products include compost and liquid fertilizer which will be used by local farms. After the biogas is cleaned and compressed, it will be injected into the Colorado Interstate Gas Company pipeline.
Heartland wanted a single point of contact to manage the project from start to finish. So we custom-designed a team with specific areas of expertise, from engineering design and procurement to construction and startup operations.
With the facility up and running, greenhouse gas to the atmosphere is significantly reduced through organics diversion.