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Methods of Siloxane Removal from Biogas

Siloxane removal from biogas

There are at least 5 methods of siloxane removal from biogas which have been used. This remarkable range of methods is described below: Siloxane Removal from Biogas: Activated Carbon Technique Activated carbon is widely used to remove organic substances from gases and liquids because it has excellent adsorbent properties and a large surface area. A proprietary […]

Landfill Gas Cut-Off Trenches for Landfill Gas Migration Control

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Landfill gas cut-off Trenches can be successfully used for landfill gas migration control where landfill gas is escaping from a landfill underground and threatening to enter properties, or causing the die-back of trees and vegetation on the landfill perimeter. Landfill Gas Cut-Off Trenches Landfill Gas Cut-Off Trenches can be a simple, and when designed correctly, […]

Siloxane and Landfill Gas

Siloxane and landfill gas

Landfill gas (biogas) released from landfills contains small quantities of siloxane. It can also be found in biogas from sewage treatment plants. A siloxane is any chemical compound composed of elements of the form R2SiO, where R is a hydrogen atom or a hydrocarbon group. They belong to a wide class of compounds known as […]