The facility would be utilized "to finance the construction of Aseagas first biomass renewable energy plant to be located in Lian, Batangas".
It would begun selling clean, cheaper fuel to vehicles. This will come about after the
Aseagas will produce 9,000 metric tons per year of liquid bio-methane fuel from organic waste and will be sold to commercial vehicle fleets and public transport running on gas engines in the first plant.
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