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Landfill Gas Monitoring Equipment

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The choice of landfill gas monitoring equipment for modern landfills is wider than ever before. Types of landfill gas Monitoring Equipment Wikipedia provides a detailed explanation of the different types of landfill, gas monitoring, each of which demands it’s own equipment to perform: Surface Monitoring For surface monitoring, a monitor may be either: Single reading […]

Testing Methods for Landfill Gas Migration Control

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The investigation of the extent and source of landfill gas migration, is the first step in landfill gas migration control, and may need to take the path which follows: to identify the source of the gas; to identify the migration pathway; to understand the mechanisms causing the migration; This is essential for the engineers and technicians […]

The Explosive Limits for Methane Biogas Explained

Methane Biogas

Q: What is meant by the “explosive limits” for methane? A: Explosive Range and Flammability – A gas that will burn is said to be “flammable.” Any flammable gas can explode under certain conditions. The range within which an explosion can occur is known as the explosive limits for methane. In order for a flammable gas to explode, […]

Methane Flux Boxes for Monitoring Landfill Gas Cap Emissions

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The UK Environment Agency may require that the landfill gas methane emissions from a landfill restoration cap are monitored regularly, so that areas where excess gas might be escaping, can be found, and the leak repaired. Many people who carry out methane monitoring and emissions analysis of this type use methane flux boxes as part of […]

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 […]

Landfill Gas Monitoring Procedures

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Landfill gas monitoring to a correct procedure is important both for the advance warning of any underground migration of gas out of a landfill, and similarly for any development on the landfill affected by methane and associated gases. The following article should assist you in deciding where and what type of Landfill Gas Monitoring Procedures, […]

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