On January 22, 2014, Nashville’s major newspaper, The Tennessean, printed an interview with Wastaway CEO Mark Brown about the creation of clean energy from everyday household waste. They also produced a short video that highlights the process and explains the Wastaway program. Click below to see the interview: “WastAway turns ‘fluff’ into fuel source” Written by …Continue reading →
Technologies for a Better Environment
Who We Are
& What We Do
WastAway® takes something the world doesn't want and makes it into something the world needs.
WastAway has proven solutions for meeting recycling mandates, zero-landfill initiatives, and ever-evolving waste regulations.
Clean Solid Fuels
WastAway provides consistent and economical solid fuel alternatives that meet renewable portfolio standards, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and preserve existing power generation assets.
WastAway® was recently featured in Canada’s Edmonton Journal in an article discussing Drayton Valley’s municipal landfill site and the $10 million in funding for the purpose of adopting WastAway technology. “WastAway technology will turn garbage into fuel in Drayton Valley” By Dave Cooper, Edmonton Journal – November 20, 2013 Continue reading full articleContinue reading →
McMinnville, TN – WastAway, LLC, of McMinnville, TN announced today that CCEMC (Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation) in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada has awarded a $10 million grant to the town Of Drayton Valley in Alberta. The grant is directed towards the purchase and construction of a WastAway facility to convert municipal solid waste into …Continue reading →