Northeast Ohio company safeguards the environment, one digester at a time
Increased demand for renewable resources — coupled with rising energy costs and a global movement to reduce greenhouse gases — is fueling growth in the anaerobic digestion market. An Independence company is at the forefront of this potentially transformative technology, offering alternative waste treatment methods across high-profile industry sectors.
Quasar Energy Group designs and builds anaerobic digesters, essentially industry-scale machines that convert solid waste such as manure and food processing scraps into methane gas and carbon dioxide. Simply keeping organic waste out of landfills is beneficial for the environment, proponents note, as decaying materials release methane into the air and contribute to climate change.
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Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Douglas J. Guth.
Originally published January 29, 2022.
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