Pacific Southwest, Region 9
Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations
Waste To Biogas Mapping Tool
Potential sources of organic waste included as part of this tool are:
- Food Processers
- Cities with Organics Collection Program (California Only)
- Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) Collection Programs (California Only)
- Dairies (California Only)
- Grocery Stores
Potential users of organic waste included as part of this tool are:
- Wastewater Treatment Plants with Anaerobic Digesters
- Dairy Digesters (California Only)
This tool is designed for decision-makers with significant technical expertise in the fields of waste management, wastewater treatment, and renewable energy. This includes businesses, state and local governments, and non-profits. To submit comments on how to improve the next version of this tool, please visit the Contact Us section.
The Waste to Biogas Mapping Tool is an interactive map created to connect organic waste producers (e.g. grease rendering facilities or food processing facilities) and potential users (e.g. wastewater treatment facilities) for the purpose of biogas production through co-digestion. Co-digestion is the addition of high strength wastes such as food scraps and fats, oils, and grease (FOG) to a wastewater treatment plant or dairy digester. Co-digesting organic waste materials allows facilities to save and make money while reducing greenhouse gas emissions, providing a renewable energy source, and diverting valuable resources from landfills and/or sewer pipes.
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- Input as much of the search address as you can and click on the magnifying glass icon or hit [Enter].
- Choose one or more of the service types you would like to include in your search by selecting from the list.
- Enter the search radius based on your distance requirements (up to 100 mi).
- Hit [Enter] or click [Search] to find the producers and users of organic waste that meet your criteria.
- Results will be listed by service type. If there are more than 50 providers that meet your criteria for each service type, only the first 50 providers will be displayed. To view the other providers, use the green arrows in the Results box to scroll through them. Providers are listed alphabetically in order of increasing distance from the search address.
- Once your search results are listed, you can hover your mouse pointer over a facility’s icon on the map to launch a pop-up box with details on their operation.
- Most facility’s pop-ups contain contact information, however, to receive information for California’s dairies please contact Western United Dairymen (email@example.com) or at 209-527-6453.
- If you are the owner of a listed business and would like to make a correction to your business information, please click on the “Correct Record” link in the pop-up information box of your business. If you want to add a new facility to the map, please go to the Contact Us page.
- For information about selling biogas directly to utilities, view the map of natural gas providers in Region 9.
This data is offered here as a general representation only and is not to be re-used without verification by an independent professional qualified to verify such data or information. The EPA does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, omissions, or timeliness of the information shown and shall not be liable for any loss or injury resulting from reliance upon the information or through the use of this mapping program. * The mention of a commercial establishment or organization in this database does not convey official approval, endorsement, or recommendation by the U.S. Government.
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