The City of Toronto, Solid Waste Management Services is planning to engage in a Renewable Energy Project to capture and use the biogas generated at the Disco Road Organics Processing Facility, as a renewable energy resource.
Biogas is a by-product of the anaerobic digestion process that breaks down organic waste collected from the City's Green Bin program. Currently, the plan will be to use the biogas to provide heat and power to City facilities at 120 and 150 Disco Road.
Update: February 10, 2017: Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Renewable Energy Approval Decision:
On February 8, 2017, the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change issued a Renewable Energy Approval for the Disco Road Biogas Utilization Project. The Renewable Energy Approval and the Renewable Energy Approval Application can be accessed through the following links:
- Renewable Energy Approval Number 1885-A78K3D PDF
- Renewable Energy Approval Application – Disco Road Biogas Utilization PDF
To learn more about the project proposal, please contact:
City of Toronto
35 Vanley Cres., Building 275, Toronto, ON M3J 2B7
Tel: 416-392-7088 Fax: 416-397-1243 TTY: 416-397-0831
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