Landfill Gas Cleaning News

  • Impacts from Latest EPA Proposals to Reduce Landfill Gas Emissions

    The Environmental Protection Agency recently issued proposals designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that would require more than 100 municipal solid waste landfills to install systems to collect and control landfill gas. While the EPA seems confident in the positive environmental benefits of the new standards, it has comparatively little to say about the economic impacts on landfill ...

    By Agru America, Inc.

  • Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG is back on the Italian market

    Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG is back in the Italian market. Hofstetter and SEAMONT srl have signed a Distribution Agreement to develop the business and to promote the sale of Hofstetter products HOFGAS® in Italy. SEAMONT srl is a subsidiary company of the SEA spa Group which was founded in 1989. With over 20 years of experience, our new partner provides solutions in landfill gas extraction, ...

    By Hofstetter BV

  • Landfill gas H2S increase measured with high-range analysers

    Hydrogen sulphide levels (H2S) in landfill gas have increased and Geotech has responded to changes reported by landfill site operators by now offering analysers measuring H2S up to 10,000 ppm. Rapidly rising H2S levels are thought to be caused by waste-to-landfill content changing largely as a result of success in recycling and other initiatives to avoid sending waste to landfill. Previously, H2S ...

    By Geotech

  • FirmGreen Announces Deal to Export its Green Technology

    Ohio Based Technology to Create Green Jobs for Ohioans May 17, 2010, DUBLIN, OH – Today, FirmGreen, Inc. (FGI) announced a partnership with Guild Associates, Inc. (Guild) to export green energy technology to Brazil.  Soon, the landfill gas (LFG) cleaning equipment that served as a backdrop for the event will create up to 135 green jobs for Ohioans ...

    By FirmGreen, Inc.

  • Gas Technology Products LLC Announces the Sale of LO-CAT® Hydrogen Sulfide Oxidation Treatment Plant to Pollution Control Financing Authority

    Schaumburg, Ill., August 2005—The LO-CAT® Hydrogen Sulfide Oxidation Treatment Plant has been purchased by the Pollution Control Financing Authority of Warren County to remove hydrogen sulfide from landfill gas at the Warren County Landfill in Oxford, New Jersey. Scheduled for start-up in December 2005, this LO-CAT unit will treat 2,175 scfm of landfill gas with a maximum of 8,500 ppmv hydrogen ...

    By Merichem Company

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