Jacoby Energy led a team which included Waste Management, DeKalb County, and Atlanta Gas Light Company to develop a $30 million landfill-
gas-to-pipeline quality bio methane project. Jacoby Energy managed the design, construction, and operation of this facility which purifies the
landfill gas to high-BTU standards for injection into the AGL natural gas pipeline system. In February 2009 the first gas from the Live Oak project
entered the AGL pipeline. The plant uses the Air Liquide MEDAL system which employs a combination of pressure swing adsorption and membrane
technologies. Air Liquide acquired GeoRecover Live Oak from Jacoby Energy in 2012.
The project is one of only two high-BTU landfill gas projects in the state of Georgia and one of the largest of the 40 such projects that have been developed in the US. It generates enough renewable bio methane to power 30,000 homes.