The Anaheim Sustainability Center is a wholly owned subsidiary of Anaergia, Inc. (Anaergia). Anaergia Inc. (Anaergia) is a global leader in offering sustainable solutions for the generation of renewable energy and the conversion of waste to resources. Through a proven portfolio of proprietary technological solutions, Anaergia maximizes the generation of renewable energy, diversion of waste from landfill and reduction of greenhouse gases for customers across the municipal, industrial, commercial and agricultural sectors.
Anaergia sees waste not as a problem but as an opportunity, by recovering value from waste in the form of renewable energy, high quality fertilizer and recyclables. Anaergia provides complete, integrated solutions for municipal solid waste management, wastewater treatment and large-scale farming and food production operations.
Anaergia has built a reputation of delivering innovative solutions that set new benchmarks for waste diversion and generation of renewable energy from organic waste. Anaergia’s approach maximizes the recycling of plastics, paper and metals, and continues the process by converting biodegradable material into energy and fertilizer.
Anaergia has 1,500 facilities, many of which have similar renewable energy generation capacity utilizing this type of digestion technology. Having successfully implemented this type of renewable energy program throughout the world, Anaergia has extensive experience in designing and implementing organic waste digestion projects.
Anaergia partnered with the Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority to increase bioga s production in an existing digester which generates 1.6 megawatts (MW) of renewable electricity for use by the wastewater treatment facility.
The Szarvas facility is an organic waste to renewable energy system in Eastern Europe which generates 4.2 MW of renewable electricity from local commercial, industrial and agricultural waste streams.
Dagenham, United Kingdom
The Dagenham Facility generates 1.5 MW of renewable electricity for the City of London from 30,000 tons per year of diverted food waste.
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