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Synthica to build $70M renewable natural gas plant in SA

Renewable Energy Producer Planning $70M SA Plant

Synthica is designing, building and operating a large-scale, contracted anaerobic digestion facility in San Antonio, Texas. The facility will convert pre-consumer food and industrial organic waste into renewable natural gas (RNG). The company expects the facility to cost $70 million.

Synthica purchased a $2.5 million property on the city’s east side. 

Once up and running, the facility will have the capacity to produce 260 million cubic feet of RNG, which is enough to power thousands of homes. 

Synthica expects to break ground on the facility sometime in the second quarter of 2024 with completion in early 2025.

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