Webinar: Turning
Trash into Renewable
Energy Treasure

August 2013

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Americans generate about 250 million tons of trash per year – that's more than four pounds per person each day. Recycling helps, but modern waste-to-energy technologies are being developed that could turn trash into renewable electricity or fuel for vehicles. Join presenters Marco Castaldi from City College (CCNY); Steve Goff from Covanta Energy; and John Norton from Norton Engineering as they discuss the promises and challenges of waste-to-energy technology.

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