Renewable natural gas (RNG), also known as dairy gas or biogas, is the most impactful and best form of renewable natural gas available today. RNG is produced by the decomposition of organic matter and most commonly derived from organic waste at dairy farms, landfills, and wastewater treatment plants.
Ozinga’s entire fleet of RNG mixers runs on gas captured from landfills, and since RNG and traditional natural gas are chemically identical, no modifications are required to convert natural gas to RNG.
RNG is also considered carbon neutral because it comes from organic sources that previously absorbed carbon from the atmosphere. RNG produced by dairy farms captures more greenhouse gasses than it emits, making dairy gas a carbon-negative fuel.
Learn more about RNG benefits in the infographic below.