About the project
The Okeechobee Circularity Center includes the construction of new anaerobic digesters at four Larson family dairy farms in Okeechobee County, Florida. Two of the farms are owned by Larson Dairy, Inc., and two are owned by JM Larson, Inc. The four operational digesters will generate renewable natural gas each year. The gas will be delivered to the local interstate gas pipeline system. The center is part of the recently announced joint venture Brightmark RNG Holdings LLC, a Brightmark platform in partnership with Chevron U.S.A. Inc.
A Larson Family Legacy
FIRST IN FLORIDA
WASTE TO NEW PRODUCTS
We're unwasting waste. How renewable natural gas is made.
Renewable natural gas (RNG) is natural gas produced from organic waste like food waste and animal plant-based materials. The significant sources of RNG are landfills, animal manure, and solid waste extracted during wastewater treatment.
The gas is considered “renewable” because it is created by continuously produced waste and is naturally occurring as part of the decomposition process. Anaerobic digestion technology captures raw biogas, cleans, upgrades, and compresses it into RNG.