The pioneering efforts to remove greenhouse gases from mountains of rubbish

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “The pioneering efforts to remove greenhouse gases from mountains of rubbish” – below is their description.

Environmentalists at a landfill site in Texas are trying to capture methane from mountains of rubbish.

According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, it has the potential to reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to more than 51,000 cars on local roads.

Sky’s Mark Stone has this report from the Blue Ridge landfill site near Houston.

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