Sewage effluent gas project teaches lessons for even harsher applications

Carnes, Kathyn
January 2004
Tribology & Lubrication Technology;Jan2004, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Methane Outreach Program created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 1994, aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from municipal solid waste landfill gas. Generation of landfill gas; Efforts of ConocoPhillips in taking advantage of the growing use of alternative gas fuels; Features of the lubricant Eclipse "W" 40 brand oil from ConocoPhillips.


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