Our systems can run on CO2-zero biogas, the majority of which is sourced from agricultural waste, such as crop residues, animal manure and slurries. Biogas is also produced from sewage sludge and from food waste, from households and supermarkets.
Some industries produce waste that can be used to produce biogas, including the food and beverage industry, and the paper and pulp industry. Landfills can also produce biogas as organic waste decomposes.
The government must mandate that as much biogas as possible is produced; it removes methane from the atmosphere, which is dozens of times worse than CO2.