Landfill Gas Power Project for Pennsylvania

[] Access Energy, along with partner G.A.S. Energy Technology, announced plans to develop a 2.6 MW renewable-energy power project at a landfill in McClellandtown, Pennsylvania. The landfill is owned and operated by Onyx Chestnut Valley landfill, a subsidiary of Onyx Waste Services. The renewable energy project will convert methane gas from the landfill into electricity and is expected to be operational by year-end 2005. The project, expected to operate for at least 15 years, will be capable of providing the equivalent electric power for more than 2,600 average households, according to the developers.
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