Two more piggery projects declared eligible for CFI

Tuesday, 22 January, 2013

Two piggery projects in New South Wales have been approved by the Clean Energy Regulator under the Carbon Farming Initiative.

The Rivalea Bungowannah Piggery Biogas Project and the Rivalea Corowa Module 5 Piggery Biogas Project use the ‘Destruction of methane generated from manure in piggeries’ methodology, and are located in the County of Hume.

There are now 26 projects approved under the Carbon Farming Initiative. All projects that are declared eligible under the CFI Act are published on the Register of Offsets Projects.

For more information about applying for the Carbon Farming Initiative, contact the Clean Energy Regulator.

First published by the Clean Energy Regulator 2013 under the Creative Commons licence CC BY-NC-ND 3.0.

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