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Synthetic Gas

What is Synthetic Gas?

Synthetic Gas, also referred to as Synthesis Gas or "Syngas" are the names given to gas comprised of hydrogen and carbon monoxide, generated through Biomass Gasification plants - also known as waste to fuel or waste-to-energy facilities.

Using practically-free "organic waste" that may have otherwise been destined to a landfill or MSW facility such as agricultural waste or sewage sludge as the feedstock for a Biomass Gasification plant, Synthetic Gas or Syngas is produced. The Synthetic Gas is used just as natural gas (CH4 or methane) is used, except Synthetic Gas is a "renewable fuel" and does NOT emit any new "net additions" of greenhouse gas emissions


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