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    Sacramento anaerobic digestion facility places first, edging out 16 projects in global competition Orlando, FL – Monday night was a momentous occasion for CleanWorld, the US anaerobic digestion company that has drawn global attention to Northern California for its success in developing, building, and operating proprietary, US-made technologies that produce renewable natural gas and bioelectricity from food and organic waste. Competing against a field of sixteen applicants representing bioenergy projects across the globe, CleanWorld received the ...

    Posted at November 12, 2013 | Categories : CleanWorld News
  • Food Becoming Fuel For Sacramento City Trucks, Street Sweepers

    CleanWorld had the chance to discuss the future of food as fuel in the Sacramento Area on CBS Channel 13 News.  You can find the news clip here.  

    Posted at September 16, 2013 | Categories : CleanWorld News
  • CleanWorld Breaks Ground On Innovative Anaerobic Digestion Facility at UC Davis

    Anaerobic Digestion system will divert 20,000 tons per year of organic waste, producing electricity to power college campus Davis, CA – CleanWorld today announced that it has begun construction on the UC Davis Renewable Energy Anaerobic Digester (UC DAVIS READ) facility located at the former UC Davis landfill in Davis, California.  The facility employs innovative Anaerobic Digestion technology, utilizing natural microbes to ...

    Posted at September 12, 2013 | Categories : CleanWorld News
  • Sacramento Food Waste Digester Fuels Collection Fleet

    An anaerobic digestion facility that expects to be processing 100 tons/day of source separated organics by 2014 is already fueling 10 trucks daily with renewable CNG. Nora Goldstein BioCycle July 2013, Vol. 54, No. 7, p. 56

    Posted at July 22, 2013 | Categories : CleanWorld News
  • CleanWorld Expanding Successful Sacramento BioDigester

    June 24, 2013, 11:28 a.m. ET Anaerobic Digestion system will divert 40,000 tons per year of organic waste, producing renewable natural gas and fertilizers On the heels of the successful launch of the Sacramento BioDigester in December, 2012, CleanWorld officially broke ground today to expand the 10,000 tons per year facility by 300 percent to 40,000 tons per year making it the largest commercial high-solids food waste digester in the ...

    Posted at July 18, 2013 | Categories : CleanWorld News
  • Alternative Fuels: CleanWorld

    Robert Celaschi, Correspondent Biodigesters have been around for decades, producing methane from decomposing plant material. The trick has been finding a way to make them pencil out. A company called CleanWorld in Gold River thinks it has found the answer. “It primarily comes from being able to reduce the capital cost of the system,” said CEO Michele Wong. She said her company has done that by creating biodigesters in a range of set sizes.

    Posted at July 18, 2013 | Categories : CleanWorld News
  • Next Frontier Of Organics Recycling In California

    BioCycle March 2013, Vol. 54, No. 3, p. 29 Caroll Mortensen To achieve its 75 percent goal, CalRecycle estimates California will need to move about 22 million more tons of organics and other recyclables from disposal to recycling annually. In California, we’re understandably proud of our tremendous success in recycling and reuse. Committed communities, enlightened businesses, and individual households have embraced the recycling ...

    Posted at July 18, 2013 | Categories : CleanWorld News
  • California Releases 2012 Bioenergy Action Plan

    SACRAMENTO – California state agencies today released the 2012 Bioenergy Action Plan to accelerate clean energy development, job creation, and protection of public health and safety. Bioenergy is energy produced from organic waste such as agricultural, forest and urban wastes that would otherwise go into landfills or be burned.  Increasing production of bioenergy in California can create thousands of new jobs, especially in rural areas that have been hit hard by the economic downturn. ...

    Posted at August 23, 2012 | Categories : CleanWorld News
  • Sacramento Bee: New CWP ‘digesters’ will turn Sacramento food waste into energy and natural gas

    Two new projects in Sacramento are proving that one person's trash is another's big business. With the nation's largest commercial solid waste digester about to be built in Sacramento, the area could soon be a leader in creating value out of garbage. Clean World Partners and Atlas Disposal Industries, both of Sacramento, recently broke ground on a $13 million anaerobic digester and renewable natural gas fueling station in south Sacramento. The Organic Waste Recycling Center at the South ...

    Posted at June 26, 2012 | Categories : CleanWorld News
  • Clean World Partners receives $6 million grant to expand Sacramento waste recycling center

    Facility Will Be Nation’s Largest Commercial High Solid Digestion System Gold River, Calif. – Clean World Partners today received a $6 million grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) to increase the capacity of its Organic Waste Recycling Center at the South Area Transfer Station, making  it the largest commercial-scale, high solids anaerobic digestion (AD) system in the United States. Clean World Partners on June 7 broke ground on the new facility.  The ...

    Posted at June 13, 2012 | Categories : CleanWorld News
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