Our organic biofuel facility can process up to 115,000 tonnes of organic waste annually, collected from the city’s household waste collection programme and commercial waste from the region. The organic waste is fed into anaerobic digesters to generate biogas, which is upgraded by the system to produce renewable natural gas (RNG) with methane purity of over 97%. The RNG is used to fuel the city’s fleet of natural gas waste collection and operations service vehicles, and supply the city-owned district energy system to heat and cool public and privately owned buildings. The Surrey biogas facility is the first closed-loop integrated organics waste management system in Canada. This facility allows the city of Surrey to recycle all the organic waste its residents produce by diverting the organic waste from landfills, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions released into the atmosphere.