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North Sky Capital, Anaergia Partner on Calif. RNG Facility (Ind. Report)
Anaergia
Date: 2020-11-13
Impact investing firm North Sky Capital and development, technology, and operations partner Anaergia Services are building a renewable natural gas (RNG) facility at the Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority (VVWRA) wastewater plant in San Bernadino County, California.

The RNG facility will be a replicable model to meet California's organic waste recycling mandates to improve wastewater infrastructure resiliency and the retrofitting of anaerobic digestion (AD) infrastructure.

The project will use Anaergia's Omnivore High Solids AD retrofit to triple capacity and increase redundancy of the existing digester infrastructure. Sludge and food organic waste will be digested to generate biogas that will be conditioned and upgraded into pipeline-quality gas using systems designed and supplied and operated by Anaergia's affiliates. (Source: North Sky Capital, Website PR, 10 Nov., 2020) Contact: North Sky Capital, Adam Bernstein, 612) 435-7150, www.northskycapital.com; Anaergia, Andrew Benedek, CEO, 905-766-3333, info@anaergia.com, www.anaergia.com; Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority, 760-246-8638, www.vvwra.com

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Anaergia Touts CA Food Diversion, Energy Recovery Plant (Ind Report)
Anaergia
Date: 2019-03-13
Further to our December 14, 2018 coverage, Burlington, Ontario-based organics recycling solution provider Anaergia is reporting it will soon launch what it says will be North America's largest food waste diversion and energy recovery facility in Rialto, California. The plant will process 1,000 tpd of locally sourced food waste and bio-solids to produce pipeline-injected renewable natural gas (RNG).

The plant, which is slated to launch in mid-2020, will produce the equivalent of 13 MW of clean energy per year. The net CO2 emissions reduction will be approximately 220,000 metric tpy -- equivalent to removing 47,500 cars off the road. The project is co-funded by the California Energy Commission, U.S. DOE, CalRecycle, the state of California and significant private investment.

Anaergia's proprietary technology separates organics from mixed solid waste of any contamination level to recover energy and make fertilizer. The process involves anaerobic digestion (AD). (Source: Anaergia, Waste 360, Mar., 2019) Contact: Anaergia Andrew Benedek, CEO, (905) 766-3333 info@anaergia.com, www.anaergia.com, City of Rialto, Tom Crowley, Utilities Mgr., (909) 820-2608, www.yourrialto.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Anaergia,  Anerobic Digestion ,  


Anaergia's Anaerobic Digestion Rialto Bioenergy Facility Construction Underway (Ind. Report)
Anaergia Inc
Date: 2018-12-14
Anaergia Inc. is reporting construction is underway at the Rialto Bioenergy Facility east of Los Angeles, California. The facility will divert 300,000 tpy of organic waste from landfills and, using Anaergia's anaerobic digestion technology, produce the equivalent of 13 mw of clean energy per year. The net CO2 emissions reduction will be approximately 220,000 metric tpy.

The Rialto projectis being developed in collaboration with Waste Management, Republic Services, Southern California Edison, Anaheim Public Utility, Southwest Gas Utility, City of Rialto, the Sanitation Bureau of the City of Los Angeles, and the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, and of Orange County. The project is co-funded by the California Energy Commission, U.S. DOE, CalRecycle, State of California and significant private investment. (Source: Anaergia Inc., PR, 12 Dec., 2018) Contact: Anaergia Inc., Andrew Benedek, CEO, (905) 766-3333 -- Burlington Ontario, info@anaergia.com, www.anaergia.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Anaergia,  Anaerobic Digestion,  Biofuel,  

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