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City of Surrey Biofuel Processing Facility Project

A new organics biofuel processing facility for the City of Surrey.

City of Surrey Biofuel Processing Facility Project

Project Details

Project Description: The facility is the first fully integrated closed-loop organic waste management system in North America. The facility will convert curbside organic waste into renewable biofuel to fuel the Surrey’s fleet of natural gas powered waste collection and service vehicles. Under this closed loop system, waste collection trucks will literally be collecting their fuel source at curbside. Excess fuel will go to the new district energy system that heats and cools Surrey’s City Centre.

Client: City of Surrey
Partner: Orgaworld Canada LTD
Project Status: Operational
Project Report:
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Milestones

Request for Qualifications issued May 16, 2013
Request for Qualifications closed July 18, 2013
Shortlist announced February 25, 2014
Request for Proposals issued February 27, 2014
Contract award February 27, 2015
Construction to begin February 27, 2015
Construction completed March 2018

Project Updates

Procurement Documents

Project Contacts

Project Contact:

Dawn Hart
Partnerships BC
Email: dawn.hart@partnershipsbc.ca

Media Contact:

Amanda Silvers
Senior Communications Specialist
City of Surrey
Phone: (604) 591-4519
Email: AJSilvers@surrey.ca

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