Company Profile

LFG Technologies was founded on the cornerstone of “service through technology” to the landfill gas industry.  Landfills that produce landfill gas, and energy markets that use landfill gas, are two very different worlds.  We add value to our clients because of our proven experience and expertise in both worlds.  Our combined experience provides a resume of over fifty (50) landfill gas projects producing over 150 Megawatts of power and consuming in the billions of cubic feet of landfill gas daily. Our engineers and professionals work with clients during every step of the development, design, construction and operations and maintenance of the custom designed landfill gas energy systems.  No other company in the industry offers the skills and experience to get it done right; the first time and every time.

Mission Statement

We recognize we are but stewards of the manifold grace of God.    It is our mission to glorify God by being faithful stewards of all that has been given to us and to have a positive influence on all who come in contact with LFG Technologies.  (Mission Statement borrowed and paraphrased from Chick-Fil-A).

The Team

VP and Senior Process and Electrical Engineer, Chuck E. Anderson, P.E., More than any other person, Chuck has been instrumental in shaping the Landfill Gas industry as the former Manager of Waste Management’s Gas Recovery Group, through the late 80’s and early 90’s, when Waste’s project development was at it’s peak.  Awarded “Life Time Achievement Honor” from SWANA’s Landfill Gas Division.

As an employee of Waste Management, Chuck was responsible for providing financial and technical oversight for Bio-Energy Partners, the joint venture between Waste Management and Caterpillar Financial Services that provided much of the industry’s understanding of the IRS Section 29 Production Tax Credits.  Chuck graduated from Notre Dame with an electrical engineering degree in 1980 and completed his MBA from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1992.  Besides presenting papers, publications and speaking at industry meetings, Chuck provides the cornerstone of LFG Tech’s high technology integration with high voltage switchgear, transformers, generators and compressors.  Areas of expertise include but not limited to electrical power generation facility design, startup, and instrumentation.

Director of Sales, Bob Ferguson, Bob has been in the compressor business for over 25 years and has sold just about every type of compressor package imaginable.  Graduated from the University of Pittsburgh.  Largest project was a dehydration unit that dried over 1.2 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day.  Worked providing compressors to the landfill gas industry since 1987.

President and Senior Mechanical Engineer, Mike Markham, P.E., Mike graduated from Ohio State with a mechanical engineering degree and has spent most of his professional career doing electrical power generation facility design, operations & maintenance, power plant startup & commissioning, along with SCADA system design.  In addition, Mike”took over” for Chuck managing Waste Management’s gas recovery program through Rust Engineering that eventually was sold to EarthTech.

General Manager and Chief Operating Officer, Barry W. Rogers, Has more than 20 years in the power industry, and more than 18 years in the solid waste industry.  As a Senior Project Manager for Waste Management was responsible for developing landfill gas energy projects in the Northeast Region.  Responsibilities included reviewing new technologies that use landfill gas for commercial development, financial analysis, contract negotiations, selection of project teams and vendors, including project management.  Has installed more than 15 Megawatts of landfill gas projects.  Barry brings those same skills to managing LFG Technologies on a day-to-day basis.  Barry graduated from the University of Houston with a BS and MBA.