Fujifilm Uses Methane Reclamation at Complex

Greenwood, South Carolina [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Fujifilm’s primary U.S. manufacturing complex in Greenwood, South Carolina, will begin using methane gas from a local community landfill to power about 40 percent of the facility’s operations. Through an arrangement with Greenwood County and Methane Credit, LLC, methane gas will be extracted from the landfill and piped into the Fujifilm complex; the facility will use approximately 197 billion BTUs of methane-generated energy from the landfill per year.
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