CleanBay is actively exploring sites for future facilities in the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and California. Its goal is to establish a portfolio of RNG and power facilities.
Each of the 30 proposed CleanBay facilities is expected to generate enough sustainable energy to power 9,200 cars per year by recycling more than 150,000 tons of poultry litter annually. (Source: CleanBay Reneables, Website PR, Aug., 2021) Contact: bp, Michael Thomas, VP Biogas CleanBay Renewables, Thomas Spangler, 410-514-6488, www.cleanbayrenewables.com
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The Climate Action Reserve will initially focus on quantifying the emission reductions from the conversion of agricultural byproducts, like poultry manure, into controlled-release fertilizers and establish mechanisms to calculate the displacement of fossil transportation fuels through the use of agriculture-derived renewable natural gas (RNG). The end goal is to develop a science-based framework applicable across the entire agricultural sector, enabling science-based carbon credit accounting for agricultural N2O emission reductions.
CleanBay is developing a portfolio of bioconversion facilities across the U.S., each of which will recycle more than 150,000 tpy of chicken litter to generate over 750,000 MMBtus of sustainable renewable natural gas (RNG), 125,000 tpy of organic fertilizer, and an estimated 500,000 tpy of CO2 equivalent emission abatement that will be available for purchase in carbon markets.
(Source: CleanBay Renewables Inc., PR, 12 May, 2021) Contact: CleanBay Renewables Inc.,
www.cleanbayrenewables.com; Climate Action Reserve, (213) 891-1444,
fax: (213) 623-6716,
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When fully operational, the plant will recycle more than 150,000 tpy of chicken litter into renewable natural gas (RNG).
(Source: CleanBay Renewables, PR, Oct., 2020) Contact: CleanBay Renewables, Thomas Spangler, Exec. Chair, 410-514-6488 ,
www.cleanbayrenewables.com; Evoqua Water Technologies, 724-772-0044, www.evoqua.com
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