On September 20, Enerdyne Power Systems, Inc. commissioned a new project upgrading landfill gas to high-btu pipeline quality natural gas under the name Renewable Power Producers (“RPP”). RPP is located on the Hamm Sanitary Landfill in Lawrence, KS. The facility is designed to process up to 4000 standard cubic feet per minute of landfill gas and will ultimately supply its renewable natural gas (“RNG”) to meet growing demand in the vehicle fuel market. Based on current production estimates, RPP is expected to produce approximately 5 million gallons of renewable fuel in 2018.
Enerdyne is the Developer for the Landfill Group, a group of companies offering a complete solution for the conversion of biogas to renewable energy. In addition to developing the project, Enerdyne will retain the role of Project Operator. Also assisting were two other members of the Landfill Group – Advance One Development and Advanced Biogas Systems. Advance One Development oversaw the construction of the landfill gas collection system and Advanced Biogas Systems fabricated much of RPP’s gas treatment equipment including hydrogen sulfide removal, siloxane removal, oxygen removal and dehydration systems.
The commissioning on September 20 was held at the plant site in Lawrence, KS and featured speeches from Charlie Sedlock of Hamm, Inc., Chris Morley of Enerdyne Power Systems, County Commissioner Nancy Thellman, Jim Callier of EPA, State Representative Tom Sloan and David Cox of the Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas.
For more information on the Landfill Group, Enerdyne Power Systems, Advance One Development and Advanced Biogas Systems, please visit our website at www.landfillgroup.com.