Construction Begins On Flint's BioGas Plant 8-09-2010 - WNEM TV 5

Construction Begins On Flint's BioGas Plant 8-09-2010

Construction is beginning on the Swedish BioGas International plant in Flint.
Mayor Dayne Walling and Michigan U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow will be among those on hand for the event.
Swedish BioGas, established in Flint in 2009, is designed to align resources and expertise in order to develop an alternative fuel from waste water. Its goal is to eventually turn human waste into electricity.
Swedish BioGas International will construct and put into operation a biogas plant that will convert sludge from Flint's sewage treatment plant into a bio-fuel.
Design engineering and the ordering of equipment for the project has also been completed.
Completion of phase one of the project expected in late 2010 or early 2011.
Phase two of the project will concentrate on upgrading biogas to biomethane which can be burned in engines.
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