Concerned about drilling and fracking? Join The Energy Co-op for a webinar on an alternative – Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)!
Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) is comprised primarily of methane that forms naturally from the decomposition of organic waste in landfills and other waste treatment facilities. It’s often flared, reducing it to CO2 and wasting the energy content of its methane component. However, RNG can also be used like conventional natural gas—but without any drilling or fracking.
Join us on April 13 to learn about the problems with drilling and fracking, the benefits of RNG, and what you can do to get involved! Register here!