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    Clinton County Landfill

    Carbon Project Type: Landfill Gas-to-Energy Location: Morrisonville, New York, U.S. Offset Type: 2010-2015 Vintage Climate Reserve Tonnes (CRTs) Volume: 500,000 metric tonnes Standard: Climate Action Reserve Capacity: 4.8 MW The Clinton County Sanitary Landfill covers almost 70 acres and receives approximately 175,000 metric tons of waste each year. To reduce the greenhouse gas pollution from […]

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    Bi-County Municipal Landfill

    Municipal solid waste landfills are the third largest source of human-related methane pollution in the United States. Methane—a greenhouse gas that is 25 times more powerful than carbon dioxide—is a major contributor to climate change. While large landfills are required by federal regulations to capture their methane emissions, smaller landfills like the Bi-County Municipal Landfill […]

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    Stones Throw Landfill

    The Stones Throw Sanitary Landfill began accepting waste in 2002 under the ownership of Stones Throw Landfill LLC, a subsidiary of Advanced Disposal Services LLC. Currently the landfill receives approximately 232,000 metric tons of waste each year and is designed to remain active through 2025. In 2006, Stones Throw initiated development on Phase 1 of […]

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    Paraiso Hydro

    The objective of the Paraíso hydro project is to yield the power potential of the Paraíso River to generate electricity. This is realized by a small hydropower plant of 21 MW installed capacity, located in the city of Costa Rica in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. Over a period of 10 years, […]

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    Mid-American Growers

    With approximately 70 acres of heated greenhouse facilities, Mid-American Growers (MAG) is one of the largest single site commercial growing operations in the United States. Greenhouse operations of this size are large users of thermal energy, as it is necessary for them to grow year-round in order to be successful. This specific project activity will […]

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    GuoHua Wind Farm

    The GuoHua wind farm consists of the installation and operation of 33 domestically produced wind turbines with an individual capacity of 1,500 kW, with a total installed capacity of 49.5 MW. The project’s effective operating hours amount to 2,323 hours per year, and the expected net annual power supply to the grid is 115 million […]

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    Des Plaines Landfill

    The Des Plaines Landfill gas project is located in Cook County, Illinois. The site accepted municipal solid waste (MSW) throughout its active life, from the early 1960s to 1986, which included small quantities of construction and demolition debris and some liquid waste. It has a waste footprint of about 130 acres, with an existing waste-in-place […]

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    BhaSur Wind

    The BhaSur bundled wind power project consists of eight wind turbines located in the state of Karnataka in India. The project began operation in September 2006. The total installed capacity of the project is 10.25 MW. The project was initially projected to generate 23,676 MWh per year, and 21,499 metric tonnes of annual carbon emissions […]

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    Southern Ute Indian Tribe: Natural Methane Capture and Use

    Carbon Project Type: Methane Capture and Use Location: La Plata County, Colorado Volume: 23,000-60,000 metric tonnes per year Standard: Verified Carbon Standard NativeEnergy’s work with Native American tribes goes back to our company’s founding. As our first Help Build™ carbon project, we helped the Rosebud Sioux develop the first tribally owned large-scale wind turbine. We […]

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    Green Dream Farm Methane ReductionHB

    Vermont dairy farm reduces methane and water pollution while increasing efficiency and reducing costs. Carbon Project Type: Manure Separation, Composting, and Bedding Material Production Location: Enosburg Falls, Vermont Year: 2013 Volume: 9,040 metric tonnes Standard: Verified Carbon Standard Social and Community Co-benefits: Reduced discharge of excess nutrients into soils and waterways Added economic stability for […]