We work with farms across the United States to make the best use of animal waste.
Wind energy displaces the electricity generated by dirty fossil fuels like gas and coal.
LANDFILL GAS CAPTURE
One man’s trash is another’s electricity. Landfill gas capture turns garbage into electricity.
OTHER PROJECT TYPES
We are always on the lookout for new ways to cut emissions and generate clean energy.
Sustainability projects have an immediate and lasting impact on the well-being of your community. Doing your part means raising awareness and offering support any way you can. Promote clean energy.
The Big Smile Wind Farm at Dempsey Ridge will deliver enough clean energy to power more than 46,000 U.S. homes.Learn More
The Arcata City Forest Barnum Tract is a community forest located in Northern California creating verified carbon offsets through the Climate Action Reserve’s (CAR) Forest Project Protocol.Learn More
Sunny Knoll Farms is a family run farm in New York.Learn More
The Tri-Community Landfill is a small community landfill located just south of the Canadian border.Learn More
The L.P. Gill Landfill is an award winning project that has been a leader in the methane gas capture field.Learn More
Worcester County Landfill is working to reduce their emissions now and has implemented a system that prepares them to take advantage of future technology.Learn More
Sioux Fall Regional Sanitary Landfill is a forward looking landfill that is protecting the environment today and implement systems that can be expanded in the future.Learn More
The landfill gas collection system was designed so that it can collect methane gas in its active cells. This means that emissions are reduced during waste collection.Learn More
The Red Hills Wind Farm is a mixed-use project that generates renewable power on agricultural and grazing land. The project created 15 new, local full time jobs.Learn More
In 2011 the projects destroyed greenhouse gases equal to the annual emissions of over 6,000 cars.Learn More
The Greenville County Landfill is a past winner of the EPA’s Landfill Methane Outreach Program’s “Project of the Year” award.Learn More
The Green Valley Dairy uses the digested solids as animal bedding thus reducing their need for mined sand.Learn More
This digester project reduces methane, creates renewable energy, reduces emissions from trucking and improves runoff into the local watershed.Learn More
Located in Brainerd, Minnesota, the Crow Wing County Landfill is a small county-owned facility run by Marvin Stroschein and his family.Learn More
The Tatanka Wind Farm is the largest wind electricity facility in the Dakotas, with some of the largest turbines ever installed in the United States.Learn More
In 2007 GLRA won an award from the EPA for turning their landfill into a community asset and reducing green house gases.Learn More
George DeRuyter and Sons Dairy is a leader in bringing digester technology to one of the most active dairying counties in the United States.Learn More
This landfill, near Glacier National Park, is the first landfill gas-to-energy project in Montana, and provides renewable power in a state that runs primarily on coal.Learn More
The first verified abandoned coal mine methane capture project under a new Voluntary Carbon Standard methodology.Learn More
Carbon offsets are currently the only source of revenue for the operation of this project because the quantity of landfill gas available is too small to enable investment in electricity generators.Learn More