CNG stands for ‘compressed natural gas’. Bio-CNG is a renewable fuel obtained by purifying biogas in contrast to CNG, a non-renewable source of energy. Biogas is produced when microbes break down organic matter like food, crop residue, waste water, etc.

The project transforms waste liabilities into new profit centers and eliminates the cost of pick-up, transportation, and landfill site expenses for the municipal corporation over a period while providing high-quality compressed Bio-Gas to replace a wide range of fossil fuels.

This is a price-competitive renewable energy that can be used in vehicles as well as heating applications in heat treatment facilities replacing LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas), diesel, or other fossil fuels.