Fuel tax makes landfill gas run

Flint, Roger
July 1997
World Wastes;Jul97, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p59
Trade Publication
Discusses the city of Spokane, Washington's fuel tax credits for a project to capture and reuse and landfill gas (LFG) for its Northside Landfill. Lease agreements and an operations and maintenance contract for the gas field; Conversion of LFG to electricity; Absence of capital investment costs and royalties from energy sales.


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