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This Company's Under-the-Radar Investments Are Turning Trash Into Renewable Energy

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This Company's Under-the-Radar Investments Are Turning Trash Into Renewable Energy
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Landfills produce an enormous amount of greenhouse gas emissions as organic waste like food scraps, wood, and paper decompose and produce methane. Methane vented into the atmosphere is a greater contributor to climate change than carbon dioxide emissions. The collections and recycling company is investing hundreds of millions of dollars to capture these emissions and turn them into renewable energy.

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