Philippines project turns landfill methane into electricity

04/2/2013 | Discovery

Residents in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, are getting electricity from methane sourced from landfills as part of a United Nations program. "We are also very gratified to be helping the environment and the community. In our own little way we are mitigating greenhouse gas emissions," says Jennifer Fernan Campos of project owner Pangea Green Energy Philippines.

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