Raleigh, NC, April 24, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Carolina Environmental Group Inc (CEG) announces that it has been awarded a project of installing its patented biogas technology at the several landfill sites in Alameda and San Francisco Counties in the State of California. The project aims to facilitate the production of biogas and its use to produce energy from the landfills. To meet the project objectives, CEG expects to hire 22 field technicians and five supervisors in the near future.
The Carolina Environmental Group is an organization of top engineers taken from across the globe with the singular objective to provide high-level engineering support to vital projects. With 75 years of experience in hydrology and engineering and about 100 published technical papers to their credit, the owners of the CEG are the top experts in their respective fields. With specialization in engineering works related to the field of hydrology, environmental management, and construction, the CEG has successfully accomplished various projects in these areas since its establishment in 2003. With corporations, such as Halliburton and Bechtel Jacobs, and government bodies, such as the US Navy, US Air Force, and Army Corps of Engineers among its list of clients, the work of the group has been widely appreciated. Whether it is working with the government to provide safe drinking water or with big corporations to deliver multimillion dollar construction projects, the efforts of the CEG are always directed to make the world a better place to live for the generations ahead.
Various research studies at state, national, and international levels have recognized the potential of utilizing the biogas at landfill sites for energy purposes. This is also in keeping with the national and international commitments to reduce the emission of the greenhouse gases and develop the ways and means to tap the potential of alternative sources of energy. As is commonly known, the organic waste in the landfill sites comes from various sources. These could be municipal solid waste, animal by-products, industrial wastes, agricultural wastes, and sewage sludge. This waste is broken down by the action of bacteria in anaerobic conditions (lacking in oxygen) resulting in the evolution of biogas or landfill gas consisting mainly of methane and carbon dioxide. With its path breaking technological innovation, which the Carolina Environmental Group got patented, it is possible to increase the efficiency of production and utilization of the biogas from these sites.
The group remains committed to providing practical and feasible engineering and technological solutions with continued research effort to deal with the issues related to hydrology, environment, and construction.
For more information, please visit www.carolinaenvironmentalgroup.com.
Carolina Environmental Group
8601 Six Forks Road Ste
400 Raleigh N.C 27615
Telephone no: 919-787-6556