Landfill gas (LFG) is produced as a bi-product of anaerobic digestion of organic waste within a landfill. Among these are methane, carbon dioxide and a combination of trace volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These compounds can pose a number of issues to the surrounding community, to the environment, and to industrial applications utilizing LFG to produce electricity and heat.
Apart from carbon dioxide and methane, LFGs can contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs), hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), and odorous compounds. Emissions of VOCs contribute to ground level ozone formation (smog). Ozone can reduce or damage vegetation growth and cause respiratory problems in humans. HAPs can cause many health problems, such as cancer, respiratory irritation, and central nervous system damage.
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