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Covanta Metals Recycling

Covanta Plant Recycles Metals from Waste-to-Energy Facilities

Covanta has started up its new metal recycling processing operation in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania. The facility cleans and sorts metal materials recovered from a number of Covanta’s energy-from-waste (EfW) facilities in the Northeastern US. The facility has a design capacity for up to 12,000 tons per month and includes access … Read more »

Covanta

Covanta to Break Ground on $45M Next-Gen Recycling Center

Covanta will this year break ground on a $45 million state-of-the-art automated materials recovery facility in Indianapolis that it says is modeled after the most modern recycling facilities in the world. The Advanced Recycling Center, planned to open in 2016, will be located adjacent to Covanta’s Energy-from-Waste facility. Together, the … Read more »

GE RePAK

Power Plant Saves 1.3 Million Gallons of Water per Day

Covanta’s Delaware Valley energy-from-waste facility in Chester, Pennsylvania, has saved 1.3 million gallons a day from local water supplies by installing General Electric’s RePAK water reuse technology in the power plant’s cooling tower. GE honored Covanta with the Return on Environment award to recognize the company for its reductions in … Read more »

Waste-to-Energy Plant Slated for Barbados

Cahill Energy will build and operate a clean energy plant on the Caribbean island of Barbados. The waste-to-energy plant, which will cost up to $240 million, will be built in Vaucluse, St Thomas, creating up to 650 jobs under a 30-year contract. Cahill Energy said the company has been considering the technology for three … Read more »

Covanta Acquires Holding Stations, Exova Buys Catalyst Environmental

Covanta Holding Corporation, a sustainable waste management and renewable energy company, has acquired two transfer stations in northern New Jersey from Advanced Disposal. In total, the transfer stations are permitted to accept 2,500 tons per day of municipal solid waste, construction and demolition waste and recyclables. The facilities are located … Read more »

Covanta Tartech metal recycling facility

Covanta Tartech Recycles Metals from Ash Monofill

Covanta Tartech has begun operating a metals recovery and recycling system at an ash monofill located in Peabody, Mass., and says it expects to recover thousands of tons of metal that has been deposited in the Peabody ash monofill over time. Covanta Tartech, a joint venture of Covanta Energy and … Read more »

Covanta Energy and Turning Earth

Covanta Energy, Turning Earth Provide Organics Recycling to Businesses

Covanta Energy and Turning Earth have partnered to provide organics recycling to Connecticut businesses and municipalities. Under the 10-year agreement, Turning Earth will build, own and operate an integrated organics recycling facility in central Connecticut to which Covanta will divert organic waste for reuse in partnership with municipalities and commercial … Read more »

Contract Wins: AlgEternal Technologies, OriginOil, Sensoil, Healtheon, NASA

Contract Wins: AlgEternal Technologies, OriginOil, Sensoil, Healtheon, NASA

AlgEternal Technologies will incorporate OriginOil’s chemical-free Electro Water Separation technology (pictured) to harvest algae as a key component of its algal production system. AlgEternal Technologies has developed a vertical growth, algal culture photo bioreactor technology to produce high-quality algae for the wholesale commercial algae production market. Sensoil has installed its … Read more »

Covanta Sustainability Report: GHG Emisions Drop 33%

Covanta Sustainability Report: GHG Emisions Drop 33%

Energy-from-waste firm Covanta Energy’s total greenhouse gas emissions fell around 33 percent from 2010 to 2011, according to the company’s latest sustainability report. Year-on-year the company reduced its absolute greenhouse gas emissions from 11.8 million to 7.9 million tons of CO2 equivalent. All but 51,000 tons of those emissions were … Read more »