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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Resources and News

 *   Methane to Markets Partnership<http://beta.icma.org/Methane%20to%20Markets%20(M2M)%20Partnership>: Basic information about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Methane to Markets Partnership program.
 *   Tools and Resources<http://www.methanetomarkets.org/m2m2009/tools-resources/index.aspx>: A collection of documents, links to Web sites, and other resources related to methane to markets programs.
 *   How to Participate:<http://www.methanetomarkets.org/m2m2009/participate/index.aspx> Information about partnering, plus a sign-up for the Methane to Markets mailing list.
 *   2009 Report: The U.S. Government's Methane to Markets Partnership Accomplishments<http://www.epa.gov/methanetomarkets/accompreport.htm>: EPA's report shows that in 2008, U.S.-supported M2M projects achieved methane emissions reductions equivalent to more than 26 million metric tons of carbon dioxide, roughly the annual greenhouse gas emissions from 4.7 million passenger vehicles.
 *   Partnership Accomplishments 2004-2009<http://www.methanetomarkets.org/m2m2009/documents/par_110609.pdf>: The first comprehensive report detailing the achievements of the 31 Methane to Markets partner governments.
 *   The Methane to Markets International Landfill Database<http://www2.ergweb.com/landfill/index.aspx>: A voluntary, password-protected data repository to promote the development of landfill gas energy projects. The success of this database relies on Methane to Markets Partner countries, project network members, and affiliates to enter landfill-specific data. The database can be used to identify suitable landfills for landfill gas to energy project evaluation. It can store the following types of data: general location and contact information, landfill physical characteristics, gas collection system characteristics, waste characteristics, landfill operations, and additional information and comments.
 *   Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP):  <http://www.epa.gov/lmop/index.htm> The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's voluntary assistance and partnership program that promotes the use of landfill gas as a renewable, green energy source.


Kathleen Pagan, AICP, Sr. Planner
352-374-5249
www.scenicus441.com<http://www.scenicus441.com>
http://growth-management.alachua.fl.us/