Featured Project

Fully Operational Commercial-Scale Facility

With support from SoCalGas and the South Coast Air Quality Management District

Los Angeles, CA

The nation’s largest natural gas utility, SoCalGas, with the participation of the South Coast AQMD, is supporting Kore’s full-scale waste to biogas thermochemical-conversion system on a SoCalGas site in the heart of central Los Angeles, one of the most tightly regulated airsheds in the country. The pyrolysis system began processing feedstocks in August 2021, generating valuable data in support of commercialization.
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  • Nut shells
  • Agricultural tree prunings
  • Construction and demolition waste
  • Deadwood from wildfire-prone areas
  • Biosolids
  • Renewable biogas
  • Renewable natural gas
  • UltraGreen hydrogen™
  • Solid carbon char
  • 24 tons/day
  • UltraGreen hydrogen™: 1,000 kg/day
  • Renewable biogas: 10 MMBTU/day
  • Solid carbon char: 6 tons/day
  • 1 acre
Featured Project

Waste to Renewable Diesel Facility

In conjunction with the Los Angeles County Sanitation District (LACSD)

Carson, CA

In 2009, the LACSD partnered with Kore to create a test facility at its Joint Water Pollution Control Plant, one of the largest of its kind in the country. The facility, which converted biosolids into renewable diesel fuel, tested the technology and design criteria for Kore’s organic waste pyrolysis system. This ultimately enabled a 10x scale-up for the facility now operating in Los Angeles. This pilot project led to Kore receiving the EPA’s 2012 Green Chemistry Award.

  • Biosolids derived from municipal wastewater
  • Renewable diesel
  • 200 lbs/hour
  • 1 MMBTU/hour
  • 0.25 acres

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