Landfill Gas Generators by Eneraque Landfill Gas Generators - Remote Power Generation Solutions Gas Generators Eneraque Gas Generators - Custom Landfill Gas Generators
Landfill Gas Generators by Eneraque Landfill Gas Generators - Remote Power Generation Solutions Gas Generators Eneraque Gas Generators - Custom Landfill Gas Generators

Landfill Gas Generators

Eneraque delivers state-of-the-art landfill gas utilisation.

As leading providers and system integration experts, we’ll handle the entire process — so you get a complete gas-to-energy solution designed, manufactured, and installed to your site requirements. Eneraque have full comprehensive capabilities and extensive experience in all aspects of landfill field gas gathering design, supply and system management.

Eneraque has been involved in a number of landfill projects providing cost effective solutions for turning waste gases into profitable electricity for our clients.

Our scope ranges from field design, installation of lateral lines and wells, and ongoing monitoring and repair service to assistance with maximising the gas generation potential for the site. Field monitoring usually consists of weekly flare and header readings and a full set of well readings monthly.

Each month, a report is generated which includes: flow pressure, and CH4, CO2 and O2 readings. The report shows trends in the gas flow of each individual well over time – as well as the total flow of the site over time. These readings and reports are necessary for achieving greenhouse friendly accreditation. Our gas generators are highly versatile and Eneraque has the ability to offer many different models, configurations, modular options and gas engines brands to suit our client’s preferences.

Waste landfill gases contain high levels of destructive by-products such as siloxane. If the content in the gas exceeds a certain level, it becomes extremely corrosive and detrimental to down-stream equipment (such as reciprocating gas engines and gas microturbines).

In some cases, the gas is also ‘saturated’ with moisture, which further reduces the life of the equipment. Eneraque has an extensive portfolio of experience specifically in sewerage and digestor gas utilisation projects. We have developed gas scrubbing, conditioning, and treatment technology to convert these noxious gases into clean, dry gas, to protect down-stream equipment.


Our proven biogas scrubbing technology is based on a combination of process engineering theory coupled with our past experience. This unique model allows Eneraque to accurately design and manufacture gas-scrubbing equipment for a wide range of sites and applications.


Wastewater Power Generation Solutions

Wastewater or effluent streams from abattoirs, feedlots and food processing plants (to name a few) are often difficult to effectively and environmentally dispose of. Eneraque can provide an effluent management process which utilises digester technology and unique gas storage solutions to process waste streams and convert them into high quality biogas and recycled water. The biogas can be utilised to fuel a boiler or generate electricity and the recycled water returns to the plant.


Biomass Utilization

Biomass energy sources include burning waste wood, industrial waste, sawdust, food scraps, chicken litter, mixtures of straw, wood chips and poultry droppings (to name a few). In nature, all biomass ultimately decomposes to its elementary molecules with the release of energy in the form of heat. The energy obtained from biomass forms part of what is known as ‘renewable energy’. The technology involved in converting biomass into useful energy imitates and accelerates the natural process.

Contact the team of Eneraque Landfill Gas Generator specialists for more information today!

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Eneraque has successfully delivered hundreds of project solutions worldwide, across the industrial, civil, mining and commercial industries. We specialise in the engineering, design, manufacture and implementation of conventional and advanced solutions.

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