Developing landfill gas projects without getting credit

Kerr, Tom
May 1998
World Wastes;May98, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p50
Trade Publication
Asserts that landfill gas-to-energy projects can become economically viable by taking advantage of the greenhouse issue and the power industry's restructuring. Energy sales; Steps for determining the price of the landfill gas (LFG) product; LFG customers of Fred Weber Inc.'s landfill in St. Louis County, Missouri. INSETS: Free landfill gas help.;Creative gas power..


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