Turkey Creek Renewables

Morrow Renewables has recently started operation of its’ most recent landfill gas to energy (high BTU) project south of Ft. Worth, Texas at the Turkey Creek Landfill.

Morrow Renewables has recently started operation of its’ most recent landfill gas to energy (high BTU) project south of Ft. Worth, Texas at the Turkey Creek Landfill, owned and operated by IESI. The plant is designed to treat up to 4 MMSCFD of raw landfill gas, with initial flows of 2 MMSCFD of raw landfill gas. The pipeline quality biogas is being purchased by Shell Trading for the California RPS market. Morrow Renewables is using a modified physical solvent process with patented enhancements along with catalytic oxygen removal for the treating. Morrow has added and is operating 128 wells, and has re-directed the flow in the gathering system along with new headers to accommodate future flows from the landfill. The Turkey Creek Landfill is currently accepting over 2,000 tons per day of trash, and looks to be a great source of biogas for decades to come.