Cargill scheme to generate 1.4MW from beef processing waste
- Waste from Cargill's massive meat processing facility at High River, Alberta, will be used to fuel a waste-to-energy plant that will boost the proportion of renewable energy used by the site to around 80 per cent.
Cargill is investing CAD36m and the Government of Canada is providing around CAD10m for the project, which is the first such public-private partnership in North America, according to the company. It's also the largest single waste-to-energy project Cargill has undertaken on the continent.
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