Houston-based Global Clean said in a news release the joint venture’s waste-to-fuel projects will include using the Fresno, Calif.-based Full Circle’s anaerobic digestion technology, funding support and methane off-take agreements for multiple sites controlled by Global Clean (GCEI).
Additional projects will involve plastics-to-fuel projects on sites controlled by Full Circle (FCR).
"The symmetry to which this JV (joint venture) works, benefits both companies as each provides the missing pieces to successfully complete GCEI's waste-to-fuels projects under development in North America," said Steven Mann, Global Clean’s chief development officer.
Full Circle focuses on medium to large utility scale projects. Global Clean is an alternative fuels development company.