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WastAway® European Patent Application Granted

WastAway’s European Patent Application “System and Method for Processing Waste on a Continuous Basis” has been granted. WastAway® has applied for validation of the patent in relevant market countries across Europe. The patent covers the WastAway® technology for continuous-flow processing of municipal solid waste into environmentally-friendly, pathogen-free fuel and feedstock.

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WastAway® eyes plant in Canada

Source: Southern Standard. Four Canadian officials were in Warren County on Wednesday to take a tour of the WastAway®facility at Mt. View Industrial Park. The officials were from the town of Drayton Valley, which is located in Alberta. The reason for their visit is Drayton Valley was recently awarded a $10 million grant to reduce its greenhouse …

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Canadian study shows Fluff® Pellets reduce carbon and greenhouse gases

The WastAway® technology is certainly making inroads in Western Canada. Drayton Valley Alberta is a small community that has big plans. They would like to use the WastAway technology to convert their municipal solid waste into fuel pellets called Processed Engineered Fuel (PEF). PEF would be sold to local coal-burning power plants, reducing fossil fuel …

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Grant awarded to study Fluff® Pellets as an alternate to coal

WastAway® Services Canada applied for a research grant in October 2011. The process included a Statement of Interest followed by a Full Project Proposal. In May 2012, Alberta Innovates – Energy and Environment Solutions announced we were successful and awarded a matching grant. The research program was designed to measure the effects of co-firing WastAway’s …

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WĀSTAWAY® JOINS ALPINE ENERGY GROUP AS GUESTS AT CARIBBIAN WATER AND WASTEWATER CONFERENCE

Wāstaway® and Alpine Energy Group will join the Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority (VIWMA) and the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority (VIWAPA), co-hosts for the Caribbean Water and Wastewater Conference, in featuring their recently announced energy from waste project. The US Virgin Islands recently signed an agreement to use Wāstaway technology to transform the …

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