Project Scope:

IPS was selected by Energy Developments, Inc. (EDI) to perform the engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning for the power station expansion project at EDI’s Lorain County Landfill. This expansion adds an additional 16 MW of power generation to the existing system, giving it a total capacity of 26.9 MW. The power station received an additional 6,000 SCFM of landfill gas.

Municipal solid waste contains significant organic materials that produce a variety of gaseous products – primarily carbon dioxide and methane – that are dumped, compacted, and covered in landfills. In the case of the Lorain County Landfill, the gas was refined and converted into a renewable energy source. The energy source was then recycled into the energy grid and provides a cost savings for the landfill.

IPS completed all site work, concrete foundations, equipment setting, pre-engineered metal buildings, carpentry, mechanical, piping, electrical, and controls work for a complete turnkey and functional power station.

IPS
$23 million Total Construction
$23 million Project Cost
20,000 SF Facility Size
September 2012 Completion Date
14 Project Duration