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Waste to Energy & Biofuels
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With goals of advancing the energy transition, there is increasing demand that biomass in the form of wood, agricultural residues and other organic materials are vital components of the renewable energy mix. The demand to minimize materials and waste sent to landfills, even after recycling, creates opportunities to use resources more efficiently as an energy source.

Many different technologies enable processing and extracting energy, both heat and power, from biologically derived material. Our expertise creating waste to energy solutions ranges from small commercial heat generation to large industrial heat and power plants that process a wide range of feedstock to materials that would traditionally have been treated as waste.

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