This report Analyzing the Landfill Gas Industry 2017 pertains to the basics of understanding the composition, natural production and transportation of Landfill Gas in the normal economic model.
The report analyzes the limitations to the production of LFG and the best periods to capitalize on the generation of the gas. Certain hazards posed by this gas which warrant safe usage practices along with the procedures to assess the potential biohazard any landfill site presents before LFG can be harvested from it.
Any energy analysis is not complete without understanding the environmental impact of that energy source and the technologies deployed for the effective treatment of this energy resource in order to make it safe, clean and usable. The report also analyzes the control measures used in order to utilize LFG as an effective energy tool after the recovery and storage of LFG leading to energy generation. The report also analyzes certain case studies of such implementation of LFG processes.
Key Topics Covered:
A. Executive Summary
C. Regulatory Structures
D. Safety & Health Concerns to LFG
E. Determining Landfill Gas Environmental Impact
F. Deriving Landfill Gas Samples & Monitoring Processes
G. Pretreating Processes for Landfill Gas
H. Secondary Pretreatment Processes
I. Landfill Gas Controlled Harvestation
J. Capitalizing on Collected LFG
K. Energy Generation from LFG Recovery
L Case Studies
M. Landfill Gas Industry in the United States
N. Landfill Gas Management in Canada
O. Potential of LFG in Latin America & Caribbean Region
Q. Glossary of Terms
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