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Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP)

Wellfield Operations and Technologies for Upgrading Landfill Gas

Wellfield Operations and Technologies for Upgrading LFG Webinar ImageOn November 16, 2017, LMOP offered a webinar to LMOP stakeholders about landfill gas (LFG) collection system design, construction and operational considerations for high-Btu projects. This webinar also discussed a variety of different treatment processes and technologies to remove carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen, oxygen and siloxanes for upgraded LFG energy projects.


Frank Terry, Project Manager, Smith Gardner, Inc., contractor to U.S. EPA LMOP. Mr. Terry has more than 18 years of experience operating LFG collection systems, including at landfills converting LFG into high-Btu gas.

YouTube logo imageVideo: Landfill Wellfield Design, Construction and Operational Considerations for Upgraded LFG Projects Exit

Mark Hill, Vice President, Operations, DTE Biomass Energy. LMOP Industry Partner DTE Biomass Energy oversees operations at 19 LFG energy projects across the country, including five projects converting LFG into high-Btu gas.

YouTube logo imageVideo: Upgrading Landfill Gas to Pipeline Quality Renewable Natural Gas Exit

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