New waste treatment plant for clean energy will soon open in PA

“As a company working to transform underused and cumbersome waste streams into clean energy and recycled products, sustainability is a key goal for us, and it’s incredibly important to work with a local native organization,” said Andrew Ardell, Director of IQ Waste Solutions.

“Economic development is important to our community, but caring for the earth is a key value in our traditions and our culture,” added Chief Waditaka of the Wahpeton Dakota Nation.

“It’s great to be able to do both at the same time, and we’re excited to support this initiative that will bring benefits to our communities for generations to come.”

IQ Waste Solutions said their systems are ultra-low-emission and can process and treat some of the most cumbersome waste streams while focusing on extracting products within, such as renewable natural gas, plastics, electricity, heat and high-density carbon.

They said the system is also focused on the disposal and recycling of the Prince Albert region’s waste streams, including sewage sludge, municipal solid waste and plastic waste.

IQ Waste Solutions is currently completing the financing efforts and manufacturing of the system to be installed in Prince Albert with a potential opening date to mid-2022.

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