Blackhawk Environmental Co., Glen Ellyn, Ill., offers the Electric Anchor Pump for methane gas condensate sump pumping, methane gas well dewatering and leachate pumping applications. The pump has a top-head-drive, explosion-proof electric motor and controlled pumping, the company says.
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CES-Landtec, Colton, Calif., manufactures portable LFG monitoring instruments; the SEM-500 Surface Emissions Monitor; the Datafield 30 Internet Database Management Service; Accu-Flo LFG Wellheads; and LAPS Series Condensate/Leachate Pumping Systems to manage landfill operations. New products include the Field Analytical Unit, the FSU Data Acquisition System and DataField/GIS integration products.
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EMCON/OWT, Mahwah, N.J., offers the E-Vap System, which uses renewable landfill gas energy to evaporate leachate. E-Vap emissions meet applicable U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state regulations, according to the company.
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EPG Companies Inc., Maple Grove, Minn., offers the Flow Monitoring Stand Alone (FMSA) system to continuously record liquid flow rates and total leachate flow. The product features a microprocessor-based digital display meter and requires a 115 volt, 60 hertz, single-phase power supply. The flow meter retains full function in temperatures between 32 F and 131 F, according to the company. The FMSA is field programmable.
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Hayward Industrial Products Inc., Elizabeth, N.J., offers thermoplastic butterfly valves for methane control. The valves come in diameters ranging from 14 inches to 24 inches and feature full-body liners that keep process media from coming into contact with the valve body, according to the company. Several choices of construction materials, seals and automation options are available, Hayward says. Valves also can be fitted to metal piping systems, according to the company.
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John Zink Co., Tulsa, Okla., offers biogas flaring systems such as the Zink Enclosed Flare (ZTOF). The ZTOF has capacities up to 6,000 standard cubic feet per minute (scfm), according to the company. The unit offers a wide operating range without rumbling or vibration, the company says, and can operate at a 10:1 turndown ration without external adjustments. The company also offers turndown kits for new or existing enclosed flares, condensate injection and injection manifolds.
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Waukesha Engine, Waukesha, Wis., offers the VHP7100GLD and VHP5904LTD. Both are 1 megawatt landfill gas engine/generator systems for turning methane into renewable sources. Operation speed is 1,000 to 1,200 revolutions per minute (rpm), the company says. Other features include high-temperature cooling and fuel mixture control. A gaseous fuel specification guide describes limitations for all contaminants, the company says.
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