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July 27, 2015

Brunswick Landing to benefit from $10M ‘anaerobic digester’

Construction is underway at Brunswick Landing for a $10 million facility that converts biological waste into a kind of biogas that’s used to generate electricity.

The Portland Press Herald reported that Village Green Ventures’ 1-megawatt “anaerobic digester” is expected to be completed by the end of the year. It’s expected to serve half of Brunswick Landing’s energy needs during peak hours.

The Brunswick Sewer District is expected to supply around 2,400 cubic yards of solid biological waste a year to the power plant, which has an annual capacity of 40,000 cubic yards of solids and an additional 40,000 cubic yards of liquid waste. Casella Organics may also supply waste.

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