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Augusta Methane Gas Plant Expected to Be Back in Service Soon



A problem-plagued methane gas plant at the Richmond County landfill that previously generated $30,000 to $40,000 a month to the city from the sale of methane gas to the kaolin industry should soon be back up and running, according to Environmental Services Director Mark Mehall.

Mehall told Augus...

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