The Full Circle renewable natural gas (RNG) project in HurleySouth Dakota includes building 4 new anaerobic digesters on the newly built Full Circle Dairy Farm in Turner County. The 7,000 cows that will live on this farm will produce a total of 91.3 million gallons of manure each year. After the farm is operational and the anaerobic digestion project is complete, the methane generated by this manure will be captured, cleaned, and converted into RNG, which can be used for transportation, cooking, or electricity. Full circle is part of the third tranche of projects developed under the Brightmark RNG Holdings LLC joint venture with Chevron U.S.A. Inc. 

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“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to plan this anaerobic digestion project as a component of our new Full Circle Dairy. We are repeat partners with Brightmark for a simple reason: we know that we can trust them to get the job done.”  
Greg Van Ravenswaay, Manager, Full Circle Dairy

Project Benefits

GHG Reductions: The Full Circle project is anticipated to prevent 48,657 tons of greenhouse gas emissions each year.

Waste to New Products: The facility will generate 38,325 MMbtu of renewable natural gas per year. Other renewable products generated by the project include biofertilizer and digested dairy fiber for use as cow bedding or as a peat moss substitute.

Project Locations

The Full Circle Project is located in Hurley, South Dakota.

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