When complete, the Organic Waste Recycling Center will replace 1 million gallons of diesel per year. In turn, the initiative will generate 16 long-term jobs in Sacramento and more than $1.1 million in annual combined tax revenue for the City of Sacramento, Sacramento County and the state. The project’s first phase is expected to be completed this summer.
“Our development of this facility makes clear the viability of this technology,” said Michele Wong, CEO of Clean World Partners. “Our systems are adaptable to a wide range of situations and we can get them up and running quickly. We’re especially excited with this center about the use of renewable natural gas as vehicle fuel.”
Source: Clean World Partners