Isanto Green Fuel, LC
Isanto Green Fuel, LC
Isanto Green Fuel LC, was incorporated in January of 2002 to provide Management Services to the landfill gas industry by a team of strong technical background and project experience in all the different aspects of landfill gas field maintenance, operations and engineering. This experience dates back to 1991 with the Fresh Kills landfill in Staten Island, New York.
Isanto Provides a full range of services, those include feasibility studies, project development, engineering design, construction management, operations and maintenante, monitoring for environmental compliance and energy product commercialization.
ISANTO GREEN FUEL is regarded as a small company with solid professionals who posses years of experience in environmental engineering with a focus in Waste Management and Biogas Utilization. The capabilities of ISANTO's team are varied and especially targeted at international projects. ISANTO provides a full range of professional services, those include feasibility studies, project development, engineering design, construction management, regulatory compliance management and energy commercialization.
ISANTO Green Fuel can provide field services under short and long term contracts. ISANTO can provide the following field services: Complete O&M of Landfill Gas Systems; LFG collection system repairs; LFG Emissions Monitoring; Wellfield Tuning; Routine Preventive Maintenance; Emergency Response Personnel; LFG Specialized Personnel Field Training and System Construction.
ISANTO Green Fuel can provide Plant services under short and long term contracts. ISANTO can provide the following plant services: complete operations of Med and High Btu landfill gas process plants, Routine Plant Preventive Maintenance, Plant outsourced support and LFG Plant specialist training.
ISANTO SERVICES include the monitoring of Landfill gas emissions. LFG emissions may be monitored for one or more of the following reasons: to comply with federal and state environmental regulations; to judge the need for, or effectiveness of, a landfill gas control system; and/or to determine the general composition and volume over time of air contamination emanating from the landfill. Since 2005, ISANTO can perform monitoring for emission projects under the Kyoto Protocol mechanisms.