How Can We Help?

Turning Trash To Natural Gas

You are here:
< All Topics
Rate this Video / Article
What did you learn from this article/video?
Please submit the reason for your vote so that we can improve the article.
Each day more than 12 million pounds of garbage is dumped, spread, compacted and finally covered with a layer of dirt at the Klickitat County landfill owned by Republic Services. It sits on a plateau above the Columbia River in southern Washington. Credit: Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times

Turning Trash to Natural Gas: Utilities Fight for Their Future Amid Climate Change – Inside Climate News

Previous Tropical Forests’ Ability to Absorb Carbon Dioxide Is Waning
Next U.N. Warns Agriculture Must Change

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.