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Title: Design Of Landfill Gas Receiving Facilities
Author: Thomas L. Chemberlen
Source: American Gas Association 1976
Year Published: 1976
Abstract: In June, 1975, landfill gas began to flow into Southern California Gas Companys distribution system. The landfill gas project is a result of a contract signed in 1973 by Pacific Lighting Service Company and Southern California Gas Company (SoCal) to purchase landfill gas of pipeline quality from NRG NuFuel Company (now Reserve Synthetic Fuels, Inc.) for use in the SoCal distribution system. The landfill gas receiving facilities consist of equipment designed to meter the gas, regulate its pressure, odorize the gas, monitor certain aspects of its quality, and control flow into the SoCal system.