Construction underway on Indiana RNG project
Leading the way in supporting a clean and healthy environment, Renewable Dairy Fuels in Fair Oaks, Indiana is building the country's largest on-farm anaerobic digester-to-vehicle fuel biogas facility. Renewable natural gas (RNG), made from dairy waste, is a clean alternative to carbon-based fuel. This project has been awarded the lowest carbon intensity score ever issued by the California Air Resources Board. Symbiont’s construction division, T.V. John & Son. Inc., is proud to partner with Renewable Dairy Fuels as balance of plant engineer and construction manager on this design-build project. Read the article in Biomass Magazine.