Katie Schoolov writes in CNBC on a waste to electricity startup.
- Subaru, American Airlines, and Amazon are partnering with New Jersey-based Covanta to turn trash into electricity.
- At its Crows Landing, California plant, Covanta collects local waste and waste from companies and incinerates it, producing enough energy to power 18,000 homes.
- With the process produces carbon and toxic ash, it does not emit any methane.
- Waste to heat processes like these could play a pivotal role in alleviating waste management systems in the U.S.
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