Landfill Methane Outreach Program
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP) is a voluntary assistance program that helps to reduce methane emissions from landfills by encouraging the recovery and beneficial use of landfill gas (LFG) as an energy resource. LFG contains methane, a potent greenhouse gas that can be captured and used to fuel power plants, manufacturing facilities, vehicles, homes, and more. By joining LMOP, companies, state agencies, organizations, landfills, and communities gain access to a vast network of industry experts and practitioners, as well as to various technical and marketing resources that can help with LFG energy project development.
- March 23 – EPA Recognizes LMOP Partners for Landfill Gas Energy Achievements
- March 13 – Data for Energy Projects and Candidate Landfills Updated
- February 18 – New edition of the LFG Energy Project Development Handbook (PDH) Released
- February 6 – Presentation posted for the LMOP Webinar — LFGcost-Web
- January 29 – Preliminary agenda available for the LMOP National Landfill Gas Energy Workshop
- December 23 – LFGcost-Web, Version 3.0, Released
National LFG Energy Workshop
LMOP National Landfill Gas Energy Workshop
Sheraton New Orleans Hotel
New Orleans, LA
Thursday, March 19, 2015
LMOP is collaborating with the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) to organize a workshop in conjunction with their upcoming 38th Annual Landfill Gas & Biogas Symposium.
The preliminary agenda is now available. Learn more »
Project Development Handbook
The LFG Energy Project Development Handbook (PDH) provides an overview of project development guidance and considerations that affect the feasibility and success of LFG energy projects. This edition expands on project-specific considerations and provides additional information for stakeholders who are new to LFG energy.
View a summary of LMOP’s accomplishments and methane emissions reduced by landfill gas energy projects
"We are proud to recognize LMOP Partners who are turning trash into a clean and profitable source of energy. These projects, and others like them, are helping us transition into a clean energy economy and make important greenhouse gas reductions."
EPA's Office of Air & Radiation