Anaergia, Inc. has announced the start of construction at the Rialto Bioenergy Facility (RBF) in California. According to the Burlington, Ontario-based company, the RBF will help address two pressing waste management issues in Southern California: food waste diversion from landfills and biosolids management. The RBF will convert 700 tons per day of food waste and 300 tons per day of biosolids into renewable natural gas, renewable electricity, and Class A organic fertilizer. When construction is completed in 2020, it will be the largest food waste diversion and energy recovery facility in North America.
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held November 7 to mark the official opening of Anaergia Inc.'s Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system at the Hale Avenue Resource Recovery Facility (HARRF), in the City of Escondido, California. This CHP system utilizes digester gas from the wastewater treatment process to generate renewable electricity and heat for the facility's operations.
New facility in Japan to use Anaergia technology and equipment to convert farm and food waste into energy
Anaergia Inc. has announced the start of construction at a facility in Yabu City, Japan which will convert farm waste and food waste into renewable energy. This facility will use Anaergia's advanced solid waste processing and wastewater treatment equipment. Toyo Energy Solution Co. has invested in the facility, is building it, and will operate it.
Carlsbad, Calif. - December 6, 2017 - Anaergia Inc. has announced an agreement to construct an innovative waste organics facility at Waste Management's Sun Valley site. This project is designed to recover food waste from Los Angeles' municipal solid waste stream.
Anaergia Inc. has announced that it is part of a team led by W.S. Nicholls Construction Inc. and including the Ontario Clean Water Agency and exp Services Inc. that was selected by the City of Toronto to design, build, and operate the upgraded and expanded Dufferin Organics Processing Facility.
Burlington, Ontario-based Anaergia Inc., has announced it has made a strategic investment in a large-scale biosolids processing facility located in the City of Rialto, California. Having acquired the infrastructure and assets of the $160 million facility previously owned by EnerTech Environmental Inc., Anaergia plans to improve efficiencies, upgrade technologies and create a state-of-the-art organics processing facility using proven, best-in-class technologies.