LMS ENERGY

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LMS is a leading carbon abatement and renewable energy company. In 1982 the founders pioneered the collection and conversion of landfill gas-to-energy in Australia. Today, LMS has over 115 employees and is Australia's most experienced landfill gas-to-energy company. Landfill gas is approximately 50% methane (CH4), a harmful greenhouse gas that contributes to the effects of global warming. By destroying and reprocessing landfill gas, LMS reduces greenhouse gas emissions and provides a local renewable energy source for the community.

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