MV Technologies, a subsidiary of Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources (SEER), has won a contract to supply a high-capacity H2SPlus hydrogen sulfide removal system to a landfill operation in the US.

As part of the $1.2m contract, the H2SPlus system is being installed at the landfill under a project to increase the supply of renewable landfill gas (LFG) for power generation and improve the landfill’s odor control.

Once operational later this year, the project will handle up to 4,700 cubic feet per minute of landfill gas and address hydrogen sulfide (H2S) concentrations of up to 2,000 parts per million.

The project, which is claimed to be one of the larger LFG projects in the western US, will be by a major US-based engineering firm that is working with MV to optimize the system design to meet the landfill’s operating conditions.

MV Technologies president John Jenkins said the LFG segment of the renewable fuels market is a fast-growing component of the company’s business and the contract is an important milestone in establishing it at the forefront of the growing opportunity.

"Our custom engineered systems have demonstrated unparalleled performance in removing H2S at lower capital and operating costs.

"This gives us a key competitive advantage in our industry and provides significant economic benefit for our customers who face increasingly stringent emission regulations," added Jenkins.

SEER CEO John Combs said, "Securing this large-scale project in the LFG sector so early in the first quarter reflects SEER’s commitment over the last year to capture market share in this fast-growing renewable fuels segment and creates tremendous opportunity to achieve or exceed our 2014 goals.

"Establishing solid, long-term relationships with national and highly-regarded engineering firms also represents a key element of SEER’s aggressive growth strategy."