Public hearing draws opposition from dozens of citizens.
Technology processes wood waste and sewage sludge to produce gas and electricity.
Mass burn/incineration, Municipal WTE
Facility to process up to 2,100 tons per day of MSW for recycling and electricity.
Letter from EPA validates company’s engineered fuel as a nonwaste fuel.
Supplier's sales, engineering, parts and service offices will remain in Washington.
Mass burn/incineration, Anaerobic digestion
Food makes up the largest percentage of MSW in U.S. landfills.
Company assists in developing green energy technologies.
Research & development/emerging technology
Print and flipbook-style manuals are now available in English and Spanish.
The 621F and 721F waste handlers are designed for harsh environments and fuel efficiency.
Mattress industry required to develop a way to collect and recycle mattresses in the state.
Construction on the project is expected to be complete by the third quarter of the year.
Facility in New Franklin expands collaboration with PPG Industries.
Waste and recycling groups chart course to cooperate on education and research.
Conferences & events
Environmental award winners include some with comprehensive recycling programs.