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SEC Files Charges in Waste-to-Energy Fraud

An Alabama attorney allegedly defrauded investors out of millions of dollars, which he claimed would be used to develop waste-to-energy projects, according to the US Securities and Exchange Commissions.

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Waste-to-Energy: Veolia Boosts Anaerobic Digester’s Performance, Enginuity’s BioCoal Helps Power Plants Meet Emissions Regs

Veolia has signed a contract to boost a Michigan waste-to-energy facility’s performance and Enginuity Worldwide has been awarded a $250,525 grant from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality to develop its BioCoal fuel.


Powering iPhones with iEnergy: Apple Enters the Energy Sector

Apple has formed a subsidiary, Apple Energy, to sell surplus solar power generated by its California and Nevada farms across the US and has also received approval to build a landfill-gas-to-energy plant in North Carolina.


BioHiTech Food Waste Digester Cuts Hard Rock Café’s Food Waste Disposal Costs 56%

The Hard Rock Café in London cut its food waste disposal costs by 56 percent and reduced carbon emissions by 9.7 metric tons since installing BioHiTech’s commercial food waste disposal system.


Trash Talk: Is Waste-to-Energy the Next Step in Sustainable Waste Management?

Let’s talk trash — or, more specifically, turning waste into energy. The US generated about 254 million tons of trash in 2013 and recycled and composted about 87 million tons, or 34 percent, of this material. While more of this could undoubtedly be recovered for recycling, there’s growing interest in … Read more »

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$100 Million Recycling Project Terminated

A $100 million recycling and waste-to-energy facility, planned for Grove City, Ohio, has been cancelled after Team Gemini, the company that was supposed to build the facility, failed to pay rent on its leased land next to the landfill. Team Gemini previously said the 350-acre project would be the “world’s … Read more »

Lockheed Martin, Concord Blue Waste-to-Energy Plant Moves Forward

Lockheed Martin, Concord Blue Waste-to-Energy Plant Moves Forward

A waste-to-energy facility, expected to be online next year, will process 50,000 tons of raw waste annually, reducing the need for landfill use and powering 5,000 homes and businesses in Herten, Germany. Concord Blue has awarded Lockheed Martin Energy a $43 million contract to proceed with all engineering, procurement and … Read more »

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