NJAIChE June Meeting

Plant Tour
Energy from Waste





Plant Tour of Covanta Energy Facility

Clean Renewable Energy
As America strives to find alternative sources of energy, Energy from Waste is a logical solution.  For every ton of waste processed in a Covanta facility, we avoid the need to import one barrel of oil or mine a quarter ton of coal, saving the equivalent of 20 million barrels of oil or five million tons of coal a year.  Covanta doesn’t need to mine or drill for our fuel; we get it right from the average person’s trash can and use it to supply 8 percent of the nation’s non-hydro renewable energy. 
Covanta Energy is the world’s largest owner and operator of Energy from Waste (EfW) facilities.  Covanta’s 44 EfW facilities worldwide provide communities with a sustainable solution to their solid waste disposal needs by using trash to generate clean, renewable energy.  Annually, Covanta’s state-of-the-art facilities safely convert more than 20 million tons of waste into 9 million megawatt hours of clean electricity and create more than 9 billion pounds of steam which is sold to a variety of industries. 

Friday, June 8, 2012

Arrival 1:15  PM    Tour 1:30 PM 

Covanta Energy

1499 Highway 1 North

Rahaway, NJ  07065

Note: space is limited to the first 30 respondents

Long sleeves, long pants, flat heel shoes or workboots required

Click on the link below to fill outh the Covanta required tour form and more information

Tour information

No Charge


Call Andy Soos at (908) 604-2670 or e-mail at rsvp@njaiche.org by Friday  June 1, 2012

Future Meetings

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