BURLINGTON, ON, Sept. 27, 2012 /CNW/ - Anaergia Inc., a global leader in
the generation of renewable energy from organic waste, will exhibit at
the Water Environment Federation's Technical Exhibition and Conference
(WEFTEC). Anaergia will be in Booth 8019 at the New Orleans Convention
Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, from Monday October 1st through Wednesday October 3rd 2012.
Anaergia will also be presenting:
"Lessons Learned in the Commercialization of Water Industry Products" in
Exhibit Hall Meeting Room C on Monday, October 1, 2012 at 1:30 pm
"Using a Power Purchase Agreement to Meet Renewable Energy Goals" with
Inland Empire Utilities Agency and HDR Engineering in Room 347 on
Wednesday, October 3rd at 2:30 pm
The Anaergia booth will showcase solutions for anaerobic treatment of
organic wastes and renewable energy generation from biogas including:
Biogas utilization solutions that contribute to energy self-sufficient
wastewater treatment facilities
Co-digestion solutions to increase onsite energy production using
existing digestion infrastructure
High rate anaerobic treatment solutions of both industrial wastewater
and solid waste streams
Low rate anaerobic treatment of industrial wastewater
Renewable energy generation from source separated organics and mixed
municipal solid waste
"Waste organics represent an enormous and largely under-tapped resource
to produce renewable energy through anaerobic digestion," said Steve
Watzeck, CEO of Anaergia. "Our fully integrated solutions provide
state-of-the-art anaerobic treatment for a full range of municipal,
industrial and agricultural waste streams. Additionally, our
flexibility to offer power purchase agreements and our design, build,
own and operate finance delivery allows our clients to benefit from
reduced operating costs and carbon footprint without requiring capital
About Anaergia Inc.
Anaergia Inc. is a global leader in the generation of renewable energy
from organic waste streams with over 1,600 biogas projects globally.
Anaergia offers solutions for the anaerobic treatment of organic wastes
and for renewable energy generation from biogas for municipal,
industrial and agricultural markets.
SOURCE: Anaergia Inc.
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