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Xebec lands biogas-upgrading project in China

By Gerald Ondrey |

Xebec Adsorption Inc. (Xebec; Montreal, Canada; www.xebecinc.com), a provider of biogas-upgrading, natural-gas and hydrogen-purification solutions for the clean energy market, announced today that it has received its first order for a landfill gas upgrading system from Huiming EP&CE Co., Ltd, a leading developer of landfill gas to energy projects in China. Xebec’s system will purify landfill gas at a municipal landfill located in Changsha County, Hunan Province. The system will remove impurities and carbon dioxide from the raw landfill gas, producing renewable methane for use as compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle fuel. “The municipal landfill market is an exciting growth market in China for renewable CNG projects of this kind, with over 300 landfill sites identified across China with sufficient landfill gas production to support commercially viable landfill gas purification projects such as the Changsha project. These landfills offer a convenient, local source of renewable CNG vehicle fuel for Chinese cities that are looking to convert their fleets of buses and garbage collection trucks to clean-burning CNG fuel,” says Andrew Hall, Xebec vice president of Asia Pacific. “We see significant potential for…
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