Landfill Power Sheds Light on Minnesota Homes

November 1998
World Wastes;Nov98, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p12
Trade Publication
Informs that a public-private coalition in Minnesota broke ground at the Elk River Landfill to install a landfill gas-to-energy equipment designed and operated by Power Strategies LLC. Exemption granted for purchasing power from the landfill gas-recovery project; Capacity of the gas-fueled generator system.


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