Turning Waste into Energy in ConnecticutPosted May 27, 2020
The State of Connecticut has a strategy to reduce the amount of garbage it burns by converting food and other organic waste into energy and compost. With the cost of waste rising there is growing interest in anaerobic digestion, although to date Connecticut hasn’t attracted much investment in this area.
With CT’s trash future in flux, food-waste recycler hopes for bigger rolePosted May 19, 2020
Processing facilities that convert food and other organic waste into energy and compost are a key piece of Connecticut’s strategy to reduce the amount of garbage it burns, but investment in those plants has fallen well short of what is needed to meet the state’s goals.
Despite recycling mandate, food waste-to-energy struggles to grow in ConnecticutPosted December 4, 2019
A leader at the state’s only biogas plant says lax enforcement of the law has limited the potential for energy production.
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