April 2018, Vol.245, No.4


Some Extra-Clean Breaks with Standard Practices

Spotlight on Utilities By Michael Reed, Managing Editor In recent weeks, some innovations in the area of fortifying the environment have been gaining attention and should make those in the industry, particularly those involved with gas distribution, feel good about what they do for a living. First off, TECO Peoples Gas in Florida is making a move allowing the company to use gas from organic sources, such as gases generated by landfills or water treatment plants, to create renewable natural gas (RNG), which will soon be pumped into the company’s distribution pipelines. "We are excited to be the first utility in Florida – and among the first in the

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