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Hay Road Landfill, LFGTE Facility

Curington Construction, LLC is excited about collaborating once again with LFG Technologies, Inc. and G2 Energy, LLC on the Hay Road LFGTE Facility in Vacaville, California.  Curington Construction, LLC is preparing for the near commencement of this project, which consists of a single containerized Caterpillar 3520 reciprocating Genset facility being tied into the existing blower flare compound.  In addition, G2 Energy, LLC is looking to install a second Genset to the facility in the future.


LFGTE Expansion at Ostrom Road Landfill

Working with G2 Energy, LLC and LFG Technologies, Inc., Curington Construction, LLC will be overseeing the addition of a Caterpillar 3520 reciprocating Genset to an already existing 1.6 MW LFGTE facility.  The scope of work includes enlarging the existing pre-engineered metal building and expanding the entire existing infrastructure.  This LFGTE facility is located at the Ostrom Road Landfill in Wheatland, California.  This project will be starting soon and is expected to take approximately four months to complete.  Curington Construction, LLC looks forward to working with LFG Technologies, Inc. and G2 Energy, LLC again.


Waste Management, Houston Mississippi, LFGTE Facility

Curington Construction, LLC has completed construction of a 1.6 megawatt containerized generator facility for Waste Management Renewable Energy in Houston, Mississippi at the Prairie Bluff Landfill in October, 2012.  This was the first time Waste Management has hired a General Contractor to construct one of their LFGTE facilities.  Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant was quoted saying “When I talk to companies in South America, China and from our country, I point to two things, I tell them about the work ethic of Mississippians and I tell them about cutting-edge energy solutions like we have here at Prairie Bluff.”

CLICK HERE to read an article from about the project.


Waste Management Renewable Energy’s Tullytown Resource Recovery Facility

Waste Management Renewable Energy has once again contracted with Curington Construction, LLC to construct another single containerized engine facility, which will be installed at the Tullytown Landfill in Tullytown, Pennsylvania.  Tullytown is home to Pennsylvania’s busiest landfill, receiving approximately 650 trucks dumping garbage daily.  These trucks come from Bucks County, Philadelphia, New Jersey and even New York City.  This 1.6 megawatt 3520 CAT containerized generator facility is scheduled to be completed in February, 2013 and it will truly be a benefit to the surrounding area’s electric needs while also having a positive effect by reducing the methane gas let off into the environment.


Shaw Industries – Laechate Evaporator System

Curington Construction, LLC recently completed Phase I of a 30,000 gallon per day leachate evaporator system for Shaw Industries at the Sampson County Landfill in Roseboro, North Carolina.  With this new Leachate evaporator system in place, the Sampson County Landfill now has a new means to assist in alleviating the soil consumption of the additional contaminates that exist in the landfill’s wastewater.  Curington looks forward to again working with Shaw Industries and Shaw LFG Specialties, LLC.


Fortistar Methane Group – Miramar Landill, CA

David Curington of Curington Construction, LLC was hired as Project Manager by Energyneering Solutions, Inc. to oversee the construction and start-up of the Miramar Landfill LFGTE facility expansion. Fortistar Methane Group operates the LFGTE facility at the Maramar Landfill and this expansion to the existing well field will power an additional two Caterpillar 3520 engines. This LFGTE facility will send the power directly to the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar (MCAS Miramar) and generates approximately 50% of the power used by the base.

CLICK HERE to read an article from MCAS Miramar.



Richmond New LFGTE Facility Complete

Old Dominion Landfill’s Methane Gas-to-Energy Facility is now complete. With the exciting start-up of this facility being scheduled to take place before the end of the year, this 6.4 megawatt facility is prepared to provide hundreds of local homes and businesses throughout the Richmond area with electrical energy. Curington Construction, while working alongside Fortistar Methane Group and ENERGYneering Solutions, is proud to have been a part of making this beautiful facility a reality.

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Commencement of Three Rivers Regional Landfill LFGTE Project


Curington Construction, LLC is proud to announce the commencement of the new LFGTE project for Three Rivers Regional Landfill in Pontotoc, Mississippi.  After a successful ground breaking, no time was wasted as the project for Three Rivers Solid Waste Management Authority began.  Working closely with Mid-South Consulting, Inc., Curington Construction, LLC expects start up of this state-of-the-art facility to be mid-January, 2012.

The facility will use methane gas emitted from the landfill to run a generator producing electricity. That electricity – up to 1 megawatt, enough to power 1,000 homes – will be sold at a premium to the Tennessee Valley Authority.


Read more: – Three Rivers landfill to help generate electricity


Completion of Okeechobee Landfill’s Blower and Flare Compound

Curington Construction, LLC is happy to present completion of a new blower and flare compound located at the Okeechobee Landfill in Okeechobee County, Florida.  In association with Waste Management, Inc., this project started at the end of summer 2010 and was designed and constructed with an extensive amount of automation and will be integrated into Okeechobee Landfill’s future gas desulphurization facility.


Mississippi – New LFGTE Facility

Mid-South Consulting, Inc., including engineer Calvin Abernathy, has recruited Curington Construction, LLC to its project team for the first LFGTE facility to be built in a Subtitle D Landfill in Mississippi.  Three Rivers Solid Waste Management Authority is making history in the design, construction and future operation of this LFGTE project.  In addition to Mid-South Consulting, Inc. and Curington Construction LLC, David Mauney of the The Hunter Group, LLC will be consulting in technical aspects of the project including future expandability.  This single engine facility is scheduled to be fully operational by October, 2011.

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