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Landfill Gas Flares

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In response to changing conditions on many aging landfill sites, Landfill Systems lead in the development and manufacture of modern, high performance, Low Calorie gas flares. Landfill Systems continues to provide electrical & mechanical services to the waste, environmental, renewable energy and anaerobic digestion industries. via www.landfillsystems.co.uk About three-fourths of currently operational projects in the […]

What is Landfill Gas?

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We are often asked “What is Landfill Gas”. On this page we provide an explanation the meaning of “landfill gas”, and a lot more. We aim to give readers a grounding in the subject of landfill gas, and its uses. Landfill gas is a complex mix of different gases created by the action of microorganisms […]

Landfill Gas Flare Monitoring

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Landfill Gas Flare Stack Monitoring Limitations Stack monitoring, or more correctly “landfill gas flare monitoring“, can only be carried out on enclosed flares. Enclosed flares are the only landfill gas flare type which can demonstrably provide a known minimum residence time and therefore are the only landfill gas flare type which is now accepted for […]