About the project
The Syracuse Circularity Center is located in Western New York and the Finger Lakes region. The three farms, Gardeau Crest Farms, Lawnhurst Farms, and Willet Dairy, will provide Brightmark with dairy manure from their herds, serving as feedstock for the three existing anaerobic digesters on the farms. The digesters will capture, extract, and clean the methane in the manure, convert it into RNG, and inject it into a nearby gas pipeline for distribution. Now fully operational, the digesters produce renewable natural gas between the three dairy farms. The circularity center is part of the recently announced joint venture Brightmark RNG Holdings LLC, a Brightmark platform in partnership with Chevron U.S.A. Inc.
WASTE TO NEW PRODUCTS
“We are proud to partner with Brightmark to further reduce our environmental impact and to ensure that we continue to be good neighbors to our local community with the odor management benefits our anaerobic digester provides. This partnership allows us to convert our manure waste into a valuable resource, while also improving odor control and reducing our emissions – a win-win-win for our farm, our community, and the environment.”
– Don Jensen, Lawnhurst Farms
The center is part of the joint venture Brightmark RNG Holdings LLC, a Brightmark platform in partnership with Chevron U.S.A. Inc.