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The Biogas Purification Plant at the South Waste Water Reclamation Facility is officially up and running. Raw biogas captured from the covered anaerobic lagoons is pumped to the plant where methane is separated from carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide before being injected into the natural gas pipeline to be sold. The gas is under contract with OCI Fuels to be purchased and converted into methanol where it will be used as an automotive fuel additive. This sales contract will continue until the facility is registered as a RIN generator with the EPA. Once the EPA registration is finalized later this year the gas will be sold to Kwik Trip to be utilized as CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) &/or LNG (Liquid Natural Gas) transportation fuel.