#WasteToEnergyNews Agricultural Waste to Power Colombian Egg Farms to Gasification System Progression at California Army Base

From agricultural waste to power Colombian eggs farms to a gasification system progressing at a California army base, it’s clear waste-to-energy is becoming a winning ticket in all walks of life. Here’s a look at some stories that caught our eye…

Are recreational power plants the future?
Are recreational power plants the future

“Architects around the world are rising to this challenge. By building beautiful waste facilities and power plants that people interact with, they hope to make us think twice about creating so much rubbish.”

Agricultural waste to power Colombian egg farms
Agricultural waste to power Colombian egg farms

“German biogas plant specialists Weltec Biopower are to build an 800kW biogas plant for Colombia’s largest egg producer.”

Gasification system progressing at California Army base
Gasification system progressing at California Army base

“Andy J. Egan Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan, has finished the fabrication of a gasifier and other proprietary system components for a demonstration facility at Fort Hunter Liggett, Monterey County, California, with equipment from Sierra Energy, Davis, California.”

Waste-to-energy plant coming to Drakenstein
Waste-to-energy plant coming to Drakenstein

“A renewable energy project is underway that will provide electricity to households through waste management. The engineering company Black & Veatch, which originates from the U.S. and has existed for over 50 years, will be assisting the upcoming waste-to-energy (WTE) plant that will be stationed in Drakenstein.”

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