Ontario Waste-to-Energy Plant Begins Operations

Durham York Energy Centre

Covanta (NYSE: CVA) began commercial operation of a 17.5-MW waste-to-energy power plant in Ontario.
The Durham York Energy Centre processes municipal household waste left over after recycling and composting. The facility also recycles ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The project was commissioned by the Regional Municipalities of Durham and York in 2011.
Covanta’s operating and maintenance contract with the Regions of Durham and York covers an initial term of 20 years.  

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