Curington Contracting has been serving its customers throughout Florida since 1972. In 2007, Curington expanded its reach to other areas of the continental United States. Curington is fully engaged in the Landfill Gas to Energy (LFGTE) & Landfill Gas to Renewable Gas (RNG) Industry. We are very excited to be involved in this growing industry, which utilizes the methane gas generated by our landfills and turns it into electricity, or natural gas, which is generally sold to local power companies.
Curington has completed LFGTE projects ranging from an 850 kilowatt containerized unit, all the way up to an 8.0 megawatt facility. But our LFG experience does not end there. We have also constructed flare stations and a Calnetix Heat Exchanger.
- Seabreeze Energy Producers / DTE Biomass Energy: located in Angleton, Texas. This project is a 5.76 MMCFD landfill gas to renewable natural gas (RNG) processing facility. This facility will clean up landfill gas to a point where it can be placed into the Natural Gas Pipeline. Completed in early 2018.
- Uwharrie Mountain Renewable Energy / DTE Biomass Energy: located in Mt. Gilead, NC. Completed in 2016, This facility is a Siloxane Treatment System designed by Willexa Energy.
- Riverview Energy Producers / DTE Biomass Energy: located in Riverview, MI. Curington installed an MV Technologies Sulfur Treatment System in 2016.
- Potrero Hills Energy Producers / DTE Biomass Energy: located in Suisun City, CA. This five engine facility utilizes 3520 Caterpiller engines, generating approximately 8.0 megawatts of power. This facility includes a Siloxane Removal System by Venture Engineering and a Sulfur Removal System by MV Technologies.
- Lopez Canyon LFGTE Facility / Fortistar Methane Group: located in Los Angeles County, CA. Curington completed site, concrete, and electrical work to relocate switchgear for a new substation.
- Prince William County Landfill / Fortistar Methane Group: located in Prince William, VA. This LFGTE facility has three 3520 Caterpiller engines.