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Mine Methane Gas Removal

Amount of Primary Market CERs for sale
100,000
Percentage share of CERs for sale which are already issued

Date or expected date of issuance
4/2012
Project types
• Coal bed/mine methane
Geographical origin of the Primary Market CERs
South Africa
Origin of the Primary Market CERs
Methane capture and combustion from mine methane, flaring, motive power and electricity generation ACM0064 v2
Sustainable Development benefits of the CDM project
Environmental benefits
• Air
• Water

Social benefits
• Employment

Economic benefits
• Energy

Other benefits
• Technology transfer or development



About this posting
Type:  Primary Market CERs
Date:  31/01/2011
Company:  Environmental Intermediaries & Trading Group Limited
Contact information
Environmental Intermediaries & Trading Group Limited
Box 9185 Newmarket Auckland New Zealand 1149
Republic of South Africa

Contact: Richard Hayes
+64 9 9201092
(register or log in to view email address)
http://www.eitg.co.nz

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