The project involves the construction of a new food and green waste high solids anaerobic digestion facility on the site of the existing Fraser Richmond Soil and Fibre Ltd composting facility in Richmond, BC. The new facility comprises a 14,000 sqft mechanical pre treatment hall followed by a two stage biogas process involving the use of ten percolators (total 14,000 sqft) and two methane reactors. The solid output is then transferred to the composting facility where it will receive further preparation to produce compost. The scheme also includes construction of a 3000 sqft Green Energy Centre which provides a control room, viewing area and general office space. The biogas generated is then cleaned and fed to a 1MW Combined Heat and Power Unit (CHP) to produce electric power onsite at 600V . A unit substation has also been constructed on site as part of the scheme to transform the power to 25 kV and provide grid protection. This project was named by KPMG as one of the top 100 infrastructure projects in the world.