2008 EPA M2M GRANT: Landfill Gas Feasibility Study and Collection System and Flare Installation at the Rivne Landfill, Ukraine

Stage
idea
Sector
Geographical Focus
Ukraine
Location
Rivne 
Description of Project
This grant was awarded to conduct a landfill gas feasibility study and to evaluate the economic viability of installing an expanded landfill gas to energy project at a landfill site in Rivne, Ukraine.  
Partner Countries included in or proposing this activity
Ukraine, United States
Instrumental Organizations
Renewable Energy Agency
Estimated lifetime of the project (years):
 
Emissions reductions:
(MTCO2E)
20,000 MTCO2e 
Results and Outcomes
This project, proposed by the Renewable Energy Agency (REA), an NGO based in Kiev, will conduct a feasibility study to evaluate the economic viability of installing an expanded landfill gas to energy project at a selected landfill site in Rivne. The installation and operation of a gas collection system will cover one third of the landfill and reduce methane emissions by 20,000 MTCO2e. 
Additional Documentation
Feasibility Study and Flare Installation Report Chernihiv Landfill (PDF)
Primary contact for this project or activity

First Name: Yuri

Last Name: Matveev

Organization Name: Renewable Energy Agency

Email: info@rea.org.ua

Financial And In-Kind Support (U.S. $)
Total Amount provided by all Partner Countries and Organizations instrumental to this project or activity: $199,950

 

Description of In-Kind Support:

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