The ability to capture, concentrate, and reuse the organic gases that are in the effluent gas has potential to increase the sustainability and economics of industrial processes that emit organic gases into the environment. Previous work by Sullivan, et al. (2004) captured organic vapors, e.g., methyl ethyl ketone, and recovered them as liquids. A bench-scale system was developed to capture, recover, and condense low concentration organic gases using Activated Carbon Fiber Cloth and electrothermal desorption. A fully automated, dual vessel adsorption with electrothermal desorption system was developed for capture and recovery of organic gases. The system is capable of capturing > 95% of the inlet organic gas and concentrating the organic gas ∼ 300-fold. This system is an economically feasible alternative to thermal oxidation of organic gases, with a time to return on investment of 0.5 yr. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 102nd AWMA Annual Conference (Detroit, MI 6/16-19/2009).