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Landfill Gas Collection Systems Defined – UK Facts and Myths

A landfill collection system shown in 3D cut-away style. By US EPA - LMOP (US EPA - LMOP) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.

Go no further to read all about landfill gas collection systems. LFG collection systems are defined in the next section, followed by a UK landfill gas collection history. Those are the facts, now for the myths! If you scroll further down on this page we explain┬ásome myths about Landfill Gas Collection Systems, and a truth. […]

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. First, we will define what siloxane is and explain why it needs to be removed: Siloxane removal from biogas is imperative to guarantee a consistent performance of frequently used machinery. Machinery like […]

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, […]