The Hanford-Lakeside Dairy Digester Cluster Project is a dairy biogas collection & biomethane injection project. The biogas collected by this project will come from individual dairy digesters located on u,p to 18 nearby dairy farms. Each of these digesters will be separately permitted as part of the farming operation. The project proposes to install a biogas upgrading facility on an approximately 62,235 square foot (1.43 acre) portion of a 3.3-acre parcel (APN #028-080-016), which will host the biogas upgrading & metering equipment (for delivery into the adjacent Southern California Gas Company (SCG) transmission pipeline. In addition to the project site, the application covers approximately 37 miles of buried biogas gathering fines connecting to the dairies and installed on a variety of parcels that may include private land or public ROWs.
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