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Helector rates the Geotech GEM5000 for landfill gas extraction monitoring

Greek waste management specialists, Helector S.A. use Geotech’s portable gas analyser, the GEM5000 to adjust gas flows to optimise energy generation on the Tagarades landfill site, outside Thessaloniki, Greece. Their four MWM-Deutz TBG 620 V16 engines generate a total of 5MW. The site has been in operation since 2006, with power generation driven by 3000…
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Biogas monitoring for upgraded biomethane

By working with partners worldwide, Geotech is involved in a range of projects at the cutting edge of biogas production and processing. The latest of these is a landmark deal agreed between Marks & Spencer (M&S) and Future Biogas, a major anaerobic digestion plant operator, for the purchase of biomethane certificates. The deal sees M&S…
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Geotech’s commitment to our customers

Geotech is the market leading manufacturer and supplier of portable and fixed landfill gas and biogas analysers.  Our products are rapidly becoming even more important with the growing focus on renewable energy from gas produced in anaerobic digestion and landfill sites.  Learn about Geotech’s approach to manufacturing robust and reputable gas analysers across the world…
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Customer feedback continues to improve user experience

Geotech is due to roll out its latest firmware upgrades to its 5000 platform of portable gas analysers for landfill and biogas monitoring. Based on customer feedback and continuous improvement, Geotech is eager to share the benefits that the latest upgrades offer to landfill and biogas plant operators using Geotech’s GA5000, GEM5000 and BIOGAS 5000…
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Geotech’s GA5000 plays its part in the drive to reduce landfill

Geotech’s GA5000 landfill gas analyser is increasingly used on closed landfill sites as policies, including waste separation, take effect around the world, reducing the volume of waste sent to landfill. UK-based Exea Associates uses the GA5000 to maximum effect to understand the changing gas mix and pressures as landfill gas generation slows on a site.
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