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landfill gas production training

  • Practical Management and Control of Landfill Gas

    2 Day Residential Course: Do you need an in-depth understanding of how to manage and control landfill gas? This course explains the process of landfill gas production and the principles and processes of design, installation and management of landfill gas control systems (LFGCS).

    By Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) based in Northampton, UNITED KINGDOM. from Land and Landfill Training line

  • Decomposition in Landfills: Impacts on Gas & Leachate Course

    The major biodegradable components of municipal solid waste include paper, food waste and yard waste. All of these materials contain cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin, with cellulose and hemicellulose responsible for most of the methane produced in landfills. When these wastes are buried in landfills, a complex series of chemical and biological ...

    By Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF) based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Online Course- Landfills Training line

  • Acrion - CO2 Wash

    Acrion markets CO2 Wash® design and development services for the production of green fuels and chemicals from landfill gas. A major barrier to widespread commercial utilization of landfill gas (LFG) is reliable, economic removal of contaminants. A stream of contaminant-free methane and CO2 is produced by CO2 Wash®. Contaminants are ...

    By Acrion Technologies, Inc. based in Cleveland, OHIO (USA).

  • LFG Utilization with CO2 Wash

    Landfill gas (LFG), comprised of methane and carbon dioxide in roughly equal proportions along with myriad trace contaminants, is now a largely wasted resource that could provide significant supplemental energy and CO2 for local markets. Since LFG has both explosive and toxic properties which must be mitigated at the landfill site, most installed ...

    By Acrion Technologies, Inc. based in Cleveland, OHIO (USA).

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