The U.S. biochar market has been slow-growing, but several types of businesses are tapping into the market, including a few waste-to-energy project developers.
A look at Stifel’s roundup of top 10 trends in solid waste over the next 10 years.
The $200 million strategic partnership will capture methane from U.S. dairy farms and convert it into clean, renewable energy for U.S. consumers.
The facility will provide a sustainable waste solution to the county and nearby jurisdictions.
The program enables Covanta to raise incremental, low-cost funding by selling certain receivables on a revolving basis to third-party financial institutions.
The next move for MIRA and SRRT will be to draft a “comprehensive development agreement” by October 2020, the Hartford Business Journal reports.
The Integrated Biogas Alliance will offer technology solutions for turning organic waste into renewable energy and organic fertilizers.
While the facility was built to support cement manufacturer CEMEX, plans are to build more facilities in Miami, Greater Atlanta and Massachusetts.