biogas

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biogas

A gas produced by the biological degradation of organic material under anaerobic conditions, which consists primarily of methane and CO2, and smaller amounts of water vapour, nitrogen, hydrogen and other gases.
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The purpose of landfill gas flaring is to safely dispose of the flammable constituents (particularly methane) and to control odour nuisance, health risks and adverse environmental impacts.
A Hofstetter Umwelttechnik AG high-efficiency enclosed flare, which safely disposes the flammable constituents of the landfill gas, particularly methane.
Speaking on Monday at the inauguration of the region's first landfill gas recovery system, Lootah affirmed that the project at Al Qusais Landfill site adopts the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) initiative, which is registered with the United Nations under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The gas collection system collects landfill gas through an intricately laid network of horizontal and vertical pipes, of over 20km of piping.
It means visitors young and old can use the gas analysing equipment, donated by Geotech, to simulate measuring landfill gas and smell the effects of rubbish degrading so they gaining a real understanding of the importance of monitoring the landfill environment.
It means that visitors young and old can use the gas analysing equipment, donated by Geotech, to simulate measuring landfill gas and smell the effects of rubbish degrading so they gaining a real understanding of the importance of monitoring the landfill environment.
3 megawatt electric plant that uses landfill gas to generate power.
A blower will pull the landfill gas from the vertical wells through below-ground horizontal pipes to an enclosed flare that will bum the gas.
One of California's most powerful landfill gas-to-energy projects is relying on GE Energy's ecomagination-certified Jenbacher landfill gas engines.
Landfill gas is a product of biodegradation of refuse in landfill site.
Premier Waste Management company has joined with landfill gas and renewable energy specialist, CLP Envirogas, and electrical supplier Northern Electric on the project.