Greenlane Biogas Expands Sales Presence in the US

Burnaby, BC – Greenlane Biogas, the world’s largest biogas upgrading company, has expanded its sales presence with an office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to deliver enhanced service levels in the US market. Contact information for the office:

400 – 201 Penn Center Blvd
Pittsburgh PA 15235
General enquires: (412) 825-5140
Sales enquires: (803) 727-4308

“The United States is an important market for renewable natural gas projects,” said Brent Jaklin, Managing Director for Greenlane Biogas North America. “With the projects we have already secured and the continuing interest we are receiving, we are excited by the prospect of broadening our customer base and partner relationships with this expansion.”

About Greenlane Biogas

Greenlane Biogas is a leading global supplier of integrated full system solutions to upgrade biogas released from organic waste to biomethane, a renewable natural gas. The company offers modular upgrading systems to generate an energy source interchangeable with natural gas. With more than two decades of experience, Greenlane Biogas has installed more than 100 systems in North and South America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. Greenlane is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pressure Technologies plc, a UK based public company specializing in technology for the containment and control of liquids and gases in pressure systems. For more information, please visit

For more information, please contact:

Ricardo Hamdan

Sales Manager

Greenlane Biogas North America Ltd.

+1 604 805-8532 or +1 803 727-4308

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