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BCCK Holding Co. (BCCK) will provide its Nitech® cryogenic nitrogen removal process as part of a complete, high-btu gas cleaning system for a landfill gas-to-energy plant in Washington State, US.

Klickitat Public Utility District (PUD) selected BCCK’s technology to perform a key role in transforming landfill gas into nearly 100% pure renewable natural gas at the H.W. Hill Landfill Gas to Energy plant, located at the Roosevelt Regional Landfill in the Klickitat County of Washington State.

Jacob Pratt, Vice President Sales and Business Development, BCCK, said: “Landfill-derived renewable natural gas has the lowest full-cycle CO2 emissions of all transportation fuels, including emissions attributed to electric vehicles. The Klickitat Nitech Nitrogen Removal Unit (NRU) will be used to remove nitrogen from methane gas collected from the landfill. We will provide a dehydration system in front of the Nitech NRU to dehydrate from the upstream solvent process. Our Nitech NRU will process 7.2 million standard ft3/d of gas and will be guaranteed to recover 99.5% of the methane.”

Kevin Ricks, Klickitat PUD, added: “We are proud to operate one of the largest, cleanest and most efficient landfill gas-to-energy projects anywhere in the world. The next stage of our project, transforming landfill gas into renewable natural gas, is of vital importance and we selected BCCK to support us with their Nitech technology due to their proven track record and the depth of the experience demonstrated by their engineering and manufacturing teams.”

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