Anaergia’s SoCal Biomethane Facility at Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority also won Wastewater Treatment Project of the Year award
BURLINGTON, Ontario — Anaergia Inc. (“Anaergia” or “Company”) (TSX: ANRG) has announced that it has been named the Net Zero Carbon Champion in the water industry’s most prestigious awards show, the Global Water Award. In addition, a wastewater treatment project was designed, constructed and funded through the Company’s subsidiary SoCal Biomethane to Victor Valley Wastewater Recovery Authority was honored as the Wastewater Project of the Year. The award marks an important milestone in the Company’s mission to accelerate large-scale decarbonisation and recognizes the Company’s efforts in building world-class sustainable infrastructure in the region. water and waste treatment industry. The awards were presented Tuesday night at the Global Water Summit in Berlin, Germany.
The Net Zero Carbon Champion Award is presented to the company whose products and services have contributed the most to reducing the carbon footprint of its customers by 2022 globally. Through these awards, the global water industry recognizes the environmental benefits of Project Anaergia allows wastewater treatment plants to co-digest uneaten food and other organic waste or biological solids. The awards program also recognizes the Company’s role as a partner providing complete lifecycle solutions for wastewater treatment facilities, providing a full range of technologies and services such as funding and project operation. In addition, the awards program highlighted the continued growth of Anaergia and the many waste-to-fuel plants globally by 2022 and noted that: “By helping its customers produce By producing renewable fuels from waste, Anaergia has enabled them to significantly reduce and sometimes completely eliminate the carbon footprint of their plant operations.”
The project, named Wastewater Project of the Year, is a state-of-the-art biogas and co-digestion upgrade facility operating at the Victor Valley Wastewater Authority (VVWRA) wastewater treatment plant in Victorville, California. It is commissioned in 2022 by Anaergia’s subsidiary SoCal Biomethane in partnership with VVWRA, Northern Sky Capital And Live Oak Capital Partners. The facility converts 235,000 tonnes of waste and biosolids per year into 320,000 Mmbtu of biomethane, the largest privately funded biomethane co-digestion project for pipeline injection. at a wastewater treatment plant. By co-digesting waste from sources beyond its wastewater treatment responsibilities, the plant helps VVWRA become a regional leader in waste reduction.
“Last night, in Berlin, Anaergia received two very important titles in the world’s most prestigious water competition. With Anaergia receiving two of the most impressive of the 12 awards presented, we appreciate this special recognition in comparison to the vast number of other outstanding and much larger global corporations around the world. gender.” Andrew Benedek, President and CEO of Anaergia said. “It is great to see the global community recognizing our work to transform wastewater treatment plants into resource recovery hubs. For decades, Anaergia has helped cities, utilities and industry decarbonize by converting their waste into carbon-negative fuel and removing organics from landfill disposal. Our facilities help reduce methane emissions on a massive scale and make net zero possible globally every day. We thank all of our customers, partners and the global water industry for this recognition of our work globally to make our planet more sustainable.”
Established in 2006 by Global Water Intelligence, the Global Water Awards recognize the most important achievements in the international water industry in a number of categories and reward initiatives in the water, wastewater and Desalination is driving the industry forward through improved operational efficiency and innovation. apply technology and sustainable financial models. Every year, the prestigious Global Water Awards are presented at the Global Water Summit, the major water industry conference around the world.
Anaergia was created to eliminate the main source of greenhouse gases by converting organic waste into renewable natural gas (“RNG”), fertilizer and water, using proprietary technologies that are efficient in terms of energy efficiency. cost side. With a proven track record of delivering world leading projects on four continents, Anaergia is uniquely positioned to provide comprehensive solutions for the extraction of organic matter from waste, performing the process Highly efficient anaerobic digestion, biogas upgrading, fertilizer and clean water production. Our clients are active in municipal solid waste, municipal wastewater, agriculture and food processing industries. In each of these markets, Anaergia has built many successful factories, including some of the largest in the world. Anaergia owns and operates a number of plants it builds, and also operates customer-owned plants.
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