The LMOP National Landfill Gas Energy Workshop was held in New Orleans, Louisiana, on March 19, 2015. The workshop featured two technical sessions followed by the presentation of the 2014 LMOP Partner and Project of the Year Awards.
The presentations from the workshop are provided below. If you have difficulty accessing or obtaining the information from these PDF documents, please contact LMOP.You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.
- 2015 LMOP Workshop Summary of Event (PDF)(1 pg, 103 K)
LMOP National Landfill Gas Energy Workshop – Welcome Presentation (PDF)(17 pp, 2 MB)
Swarupa Ganguli, LMOP, U.S. EPA
Alternatives to Electrification of Landfill Gas: Obtaining Investment for LFG to Direct Use, Pipeline Injection and CNG (PDF)(15 pp, 438 K)
Douglas Lamb, McGuire Woods LLP
Do It Yourself (DIY) Electric Generation (PDF)(45 pp, 5 MB)
John Baron, Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority
Best Practices in Landfill Gas Emissions Management: The Kansas Experience (PDF)(25 pp, 6 MB)
Sam Sunderraj, Kansas Department of Health and Environment
Expansion Pitfalls, Permitting and Compliance – A Case Study (PDF)(23 pp, 2 MB)
Angela Krueger, Civil and Environmental Consultants, Inc.
2014 LMOP Partner & Project of the Year Awards (PDF)(7 pp, 2 MB)
Kirsten Cappel, LMOP, U.S. EPA
From Power Generation to Vehicle Fuel — Shifting Paradigms (PDF)(19 pp, 2 MB)
2014 Project of the Year: Large-Scale Direct-Use, Seneca Energy II Renewable Natural Gas Facility – Waterloo, New York: Richard M. DiGia, Aria Energy
Sand Valley Landfill Gas to Electricity Project: A Real Community Success Project (PDF)(13 pp, 3 MB)
2014 Project of the Year: Electricity, Sand Valley Landfill Gas to Electric Plant – Collinsville, Alabama: Steve Cowman, Energy Developments, Inc.
Hancock County Landfill Gas to Electric Project (PDF)(16 pp, 2 MB)
2014 Community Partner of the Year, Hancock County – Findlay, Ohio: Steve Wilson, Hancock County, Ohio