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Landfill treatment is a natural byproduct of the decomposition of organic material in landfills. This gas is composed of roughly 50% methane, 50% carbon dioxide, and a small amount of nonmethane organic compounds. Landfill sites use various equipment and technology to treat this gas into achieving acceptable compositions of impurities for pipeline requirements.
The treatment process of Landfill gas has three major stages:
1. Primary Treatment – Moisture Removal (H2O removal)
2. Secondary Treatment – Impurity Removal (H2S and Siloxane removal)
3. Advanced Treatment – Purity Achievement Based (CO2, N2, O2, VOC removal)