MONMOUTH — Midwest Ammonia reached an agreement with Monmouth on Friday to develop a $15 million renewable fertilizer plant near the city’s wastewater treatment facility.
The plant will capture waste biogas and convert it into approximately 7,500 tons of low-carbon, industrial anhydrous ammonia every year.
The development will reduce emissions and potentially enable the city to apply for a modification to its current Title V permit under the Clean Air Act, which allows for up to 250 tons of emissions each year.
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MONMOUTH — Midwest Ammonia reached an agreement with Monmouth on Friday to develop a $15 million renewable fertilizer plant near the city’s wastewater treatment facility.
The plant will capture waste biogas and convert it into approximately 7,500 tons of low-carbon, industrial anhydrous ammonia every year.
The development will reduce emissions and potentially enable the city to apply for a modification to its current Title V permit under the Clean Air Act, which allows for up to 250 tons of emissions each year.
Check reviewatlas.com for more on this story.