2018 Special Supplement: Landfill Gas to Energy
Dear Waste Professional,
Methane is the second most prevalent greenhouse gas emitted by human activities in the US. Nearly 20% of those emissions come from landfills. Landfill gas to energy represents an opportunity not just for improving air quality by capturing methane, but also as an additional revenue stream that can be in place long after landfill operations cease.
MSW Management compiled this special supplement to highlight key areas in processing landfill gas (LFG) for energy use, waste-to-energy (WTE) implementation concepts, landfill aromatherapy, and considerations for the piping network. These in-depth technical reports are written by expert writers featured in MSW Management.
When you read this special supplement, you will:
- Learn key factors in processing LFG for energy use
- Identify implementation essentials for WTE projects
- Discover how to combat foul odor challenges with technology
- Explore elements needed for piping networks in gas collection and control systems
If these topics intrigue you, and if there’s anything about LFG to energy you think you still have to learn, download this special supplement before your attention turns to other matters.
This special supplement is FREE. Read it now!
Publishers of MSW Management
P.S. This special supplement is exclusive to MSW Management readers.