Coopersville Circularity Center

About the project

The Coopersville Circularity Center, which processes manure from four large digesters, is Brightmark and Chevron’s second-largest low-carbon intensity renewable natural gas project. The other Michigan Circularity Centers include Meadow Rock, Red Arrow, Willow Point, and SunRyz.

Project benefits

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Annually, this project reduces an average of over 98,000 tons of CO2eq. That is equivalent to more than 129,000 acres of forest per year.
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The facility will generate renewable natural gas each year and other renewable products, like fertilizer.
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The process of recovering and processing manure from the farms will prevent excess emissions from escaping into the local air and water.

“As a participating farm, we are excited to have Brightmark as a partner in the anaerobic digestion of the manure from our cows. This investment will help local farms like ours continue to be environmentally friendly to our community and help us to exceed environmental regulations and responsibilities. We have always taken pride in being excellent stewards of our land, community, and industry.”

– Greg Stahl, owner of Den Dulk Dairy Farm

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Brightmark owns and operates over 30 renewable natural gas circularity centers working with 40 farms across the United States, all of which have been launched in the past three years alone, making the company an emerging leader in the rapidly growing RNG industry. If you’d like to partner on a project with us, please fill out this form to get started!
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