A LEED Platinum-certified house sited on top of a closed landfill outside Dallas proves that one person’s pile of garbage can be another person’s idyllic, energy-efficient slice of nature.
New Jersey has its first solar farm on a state-owned landfill, the 3-megawatt Kearny Landfill Solar Project, part of a PSE&G project called Solar 4 All.
New York City solicits proposals for 20 megawatts of wind or solar power on the site of the massive Fresh Kills landfill, which was closed in 2001.
Green Tech Weekly tackles a solar powered ski lift, wacky wind power without the woosh woosh woosh,a pebble that can help you take a shorter shower, and more.
Environmental groups say Maryland’s “renewable” waste-to-energy trash incinerators generate more pollution that its coal-fired power plants.
The owner of a closed landfill near Atlanta has installed a photovoltaic landfill cover – the third of its kind in the U.S. and the largest in the world.
After recently surpassing California as the largest commercial solar market in the U.S., New Jersey will install a solar farm atop a state-owned landfill.