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Turning Sour Landfill Gas Into Sweet Electricity By John G. Carlton, P.E., Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc.; James J. Williams, Pollution Control Financing Authority of Warren County; and Dave Graubard, Merichem
The Pollution Control Financing Authority of Warren County (PCFAWC) selected the LO-CAT process when a LFG sulfur scrubbing system was needed to achieve the required H2S concentration. This paper discusses the specific challenges encountered during construction and system operation.
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