Biomethane production
Joan Sullivan

Two employees watch as a garbage truck delivers domestic and municipal waste to SÉMER (Société d'économie mixte d'énergie renouvelable de la région de Rivière-du-Loup), a publicly funded state-of-the-art waste-to-energy plant and biomethane refinery in Cacouna, Quebec, Canada. Constructed in 2015, SÉMER is currently producing compressed renewable biogas while finalizing steps to transform landfill methane and organic waste (including kitchen scraps, municipal and restaurant waste, slaughterhouse waste) into liquid biomethane.