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MV Technologies to supply H2SPlus system to landfill gas project

By Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources Inc. | February 18, 2014

Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources Inc., a leading provider of patented and proprietary technologies and services to the renewable fuels, waste management and oil and gas industries, recently announced that its MV Technologies subsidiary received a $1.2 million order to supply a high-capacity H2SPlus hydrogen sulfide removal system to a large landfill operation in the western U.S.

The landfill will install MV's proprietary H2SPlus system as part of a major initiative to increase the supply of renewable landfill gas (LFG) available for electric power generation, while simultaneously improving the landfill's odor control. The project is being managed by a major U.S.-based engineering firm that is working with MV to optimize the system design to meet the landfill's unique operating conditions. Upon its completion expected later this year, the project will handle up to 4,700 cubic feet per minute of landfill gas and address hydrogen sulfide (H2S) concentrations of up to 2,000 parts per million. This will be one of the larger LFG projects in the western U.S.

"The LFG segment of the renewable fuels market is a fast-growing component of our business and this order is an important milestone in establishing MV Technologies at the forefront of this growing opportunity," said John Jenkins, president of MV. "Our custom engineered systems have demonstrated unparalleled performance in removing H2S at lower capital and operating costs. This gives us a key competitive advantage in our industry and provides significant economic benefit for our customers who face increasingly stringent emission regulations."

"Securing this large-scale project in the LFG sector so early in the first quarter reflects SEER's commitment over the last year to capture market share in this fast-growing renewable fuels segment and creates tremendous opportunity to achieve or exceed our 2014 goals," said John Combs, CEO of SEER. "Establishing solid, long-term relationships with national and highly-regarded engineering firms also represents a key element of SEER's aggressive growth strategy."

 

 

 

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