Nova Scotian Waste-to-Energy Firm Wins $2.6 Million in Funding for Demo Facility

Sustainable Development Technology Canada has invested Canadian $2.6 million for the construction of a waste-to-bio pellets facility in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The facility will turn solid waste from landfills into fuels that burn cleaner than fossil fuels. This will be a first-of-its-kind technology that will convert waste into useful products like synthetic diesel, recycled metal and plastic, potentially eliminating the need for landfills.

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