Converting landfill gas into renewable natural gas

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Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) for All

To combat global warming and support the energy transition, Waga Energy offers innovative technological solutions to reduce methane emissions by converting biogas derived from landfills into renewable natural gas, a substitute for fossil natural gas.

Our mission:
To support the energy transition by making this clean and local source of energy accessible to all.

Our solutions

Discover our solutions to support your landfill gas upgrading projects and your RNG procurement.

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Explanatory illustration of the WAGABOX technology. Raw biogas is treated by membrane filtration to separate carbon dioxide from methane. Impurities and CO2 present in the gas are expelled from the circuit. The partially treated biogas then passes through the cryogenic separation module, which separates the methane from the air gases using nitrogen. The air gases are expelled from the circuit. The 98%-pure biomethane is then injected into the gas distribution network.
Following more than a decade of research and development, Waga Energy developed the WAGABOX® technology, an innovative solution that upgrades landfill gas into biomethane.

WAGABOX® units are actively contributing to the fight against methane emissions, which are responsible for a large portion of human-induced global warming. These revolutionary landfill gas upgrading units produce a competitive alternative to replace fossil natural gas.
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23 landfill gas upgrading units
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Illustration showing the place of Waga Energy and the WAGABOX in the circular economy. Step 1: Production of waste by individuals and industry. Step 2: Collection and transportation of this waste. Step 3: Burial of waste in a non-hazardous waste storage facility (ISDND). Step 4: Capture of the biogas produced by fermentation of the landfilled waste. Step 5: Biogas purification. Step 6: Injection of 98%-pure biomethane into the natural gas network. Step 7: Consumption of biomethane by residential and industrial customers.
Illustration showing the place of Waga Energy and the WAGABOX in the circular economy. Step 1: Production of waste by individuals and industry. Step 2: Collection and transportation of this waste. Step 3: Burial of waste in a non-hazardous waste storage facility (ISDND). Step 4: Capture of the biogas produced by fermentation of the landfilled waste. Step 5: Biogas purification. Step 6: Injection of 98%-pure biomethane into the natural gas network. Step 7: Consumption of biomethane by residential and industrial customers.
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“Working with Waga Energy is a great opportunity for our company to further enhance our strategy around resource management and sustainability. We have been impressed by Waga Energy’s innovation and technology platform and believe that they are a strong partner to help develop RNG capacity at these three facilities.”
John W. Casella
Chairman and CEO of Casella Waste Systems, Inc.

News

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Nedgia optimizes the injection capacity of the WAGABOX® unit at Can Mata (Spain)
Rockingham County chooses Waga Energy to produce RNG in North Carolina
Waga Energy and Arcavi start up a WAGABOX® unit
Waga Energy commissions a RNG production plant in Southern France

Agenda

Canadian Waste to Resource Conference
TECMA 2024
Green Gas Mobility Summit 2024
RemTech Expo
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