Join us on May 7th for a tour for the Saint-Hyacinthe RNG Facility. The Saint-Hyacinthe RNG Facility is a milestone project that received the Canadian Biogas Industry Award for Project of the Year and is the first municipality in Québec to turn organic waste into RNG for its own use and injection into the local pipeline. A Networking Cocktail Reception sponsored by Bähler Biogaz will be held following the tour. Learn more about the tour here and register online!
CBA staff attended the Global Methane Forum in Toronto on April 17th. The event provided opportunity to meet methane experts in the public and private sectors from around the world and participate in technical session on biogas and RNG from agricultural sources, municipal solid waste, and municipal wastewater. CBA’s Executive Director presented on the transformative force of RNG in agriculture and moderated the afternoon Renewable Natural Gas panel.More Updates
The City of London has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to seek responses from firms to provide information about resource recovery (i.e., waste and resource processing) technologies and facilities that will divert residential and other wastes (e.g., commercial, industrial and institutional, etc.) away from the City’s Landfill and turn that waste/resource into usable end products and/or energy. The RFI (RFI18-03 - Resource Recovery Technologies and Facilities) can be found at london.bidsandtenders.ca/Module/Tenders/en.
BLOOM is issuing a call for funding applications to support the completion of low carbon, clean technology demonstration Projects in Ontario. As a requirement, applications must be submitted by 2 co-applicants: a cleantech solution provider and a customer host that is representative of a broader sector. BLOOM will be providing grant funding on a 50:50 cost-share basis, up to a maximum of $150,000 per Project. Applications are due by May 31, 2018. Successful co-applicants will be notified by June 30, 2018. Demonstration projects must be completed by March 15, 2019. For additional information, click here.More News
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