Converting gas from waste into biomethane

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Biomethane for everyone

Committed to tackling global warming and to a sustainable energy transition, Waga Energy offers an innovative technological solution to reduce methane emissions by converting landfill gas into biomethane, a substitute for fossil natural gas.

Our mission:
To make this clean, local and renewable energy of the future accessible to as many people as possible.

Our solutions

Discover our solutions to support your biomethane production and purchasing projects.

Upgrading landfill gas into biomethane

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The result of 15 years of research and development, Waga Energy developed the WAGABOX® technology, ground-breaking innovation for purifying landfill gas from our waste to upgrade it into biomethane.

Already operational at dozens of landfill sites around the world, these revolutionary purification units are an active contribution to the fight against methane emissions, a greenhouse gas with a high global warming potential, and provide a competitive solution for replacing fossil gas.
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21 landfill gas upgrading units
in operation worldwide
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amount of renewable energy produced
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of biomethane injected by WAGABOX® units
Illustration showing the place of Waga Energy and the WAGABOX in the circular economy. Step 1: Waste production individuals and industry. Step 2: Collection and transport of the wastes. Step 3: Waste storage in landfills. Step 4: Capture of the biogas produced by fermentation of the landfilled wastes. Step 5: Biogas purification. Step 6: Injection of a 98%-pure biomethane into the gas distribution pipeline. Step 7: Consumption of the renewable natural gas by individuals and industrial customers.
Illustration showing the place of Waga Energy and the WAGABOX in the circular economy. Step 1: Waste production individuals and industry. Step 2: Collection and transport of the wastes. Step 3: Waste storage in landfills. Step 4: Capture of the biogas produced by fermentation of the landfilled wastes. Step 5: Biogas purification. Step 6: Injection of a 98%-pure biomethane into the gas distribution pipeline. Step 7: Consumption of the renewable natural gas by individuals 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

All news
Waga Energy launches its first landfill gas to RNG project in the United States
A new WAGABOX® unit in North France
USD $60M to finance Waga Energy’s first projects in the United States
A WAGABOX® unit officially opened in France

Agenda

Waste Management Europe
Forum GNR 2024
Value of biogas waste conference
SOAR 2024
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