Waste Gas-to-Energy Projects

Waste Gas to Energy Projects

Lance Roberts, ABUTEC LLC
William Slatosky, Venture Engineering
Kyle Snyder, Venture Engineering
Sponsored by: ABUTEC
Credits: 1 PDH / 0.1 CEUs

Many landfills and waste water facilities are looking to waste gas-to-energy systems to reduce and repurpose their waste gas into clean energy. But, what system works best? And…what's the best method for managing siloxanes?

Join Lance Roberts, William Slatosky, and Kyle Snyder and for a FREE webcast exploring waste gas-to-energy applications, technologies, real-world case studies (e.g., DC Water and Hickory Ridge Landfill), and how you can select, design, and implement waste gas-to-energy at your waste site.

In this webcast, we'll start with an exploration of gas analysis fundamentals, waste gas streams (e.g., components, types, etc.), and what is needed to convert these to energy. We'll take a look at waste gas-to-energy systems, including key components, regulations, and considerations, as well as the opportunities for repurposing this energy on-site or on the grid. Our speakers will then walk you through the process of analyzing your waste stream, selecting and designing the best waste gas-to-energy system for your site, and the best practices for successful implementation. We'll also dig into siloxanes (what they are, where they come from, etc.) and how you can handle these non-toxic, corrosive compounds. And finally, our speakers will take you on a tour of current waste gas-to-energy installations successfully recovering and repurposing waste gas into clean energy.

Learning Objectives:
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives:

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ABUTEC, an acronym for Advanced Burner Technologies, is an international supplier and U.S. manufacturer of environmentally friendly combustion solutions.  ABUTEC offers high efficiency, low emission burners, and flares to various industry segments, specializing in Oil & Gas, Biogas and Wastewater Treatment. ABUTEC manufactures Infrared Burners, Enclosed Flares, Vapor Combustors, Incinerators, Thermal Oxidizers, and CHP "Gas-to-Energy" systems all aimed at reducing plant emissions and increasing efficiency.


* Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are. Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.
* Presentations are scheduled for approximately 1-1.5 hours with a 15-20 minute question and answer session to follow. Presentation may exceed scheduled time. 

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