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State of the art waste processing facility to be built by Convertus in Quebec

Convertus Group (Convertus), a provider of organic waste solutions, and Énergère, an energy services company (ESCo) operating in Quebec for more than 25 years, plan to design, build, finance and operate a state-of-the-art organic waste processing facility in Saint-Étienne-des-Grès, Quebec, under a 20-year operating agreement.

Scheduled to receive its first waste in 2026, the organic waste processing facility will address the growing environmental challenges associated with organic waste disposal in the Mauricie region.
By using innovative technologies and sustainable practices, Convertus said it will play a critical role in promoting a circular economy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions for the 37 municipalities in the Mauricie region.
By combining Convertus’ expertise in the design and operation of organic waste facilities with Énergère’s extensive knowledge of design and construction projects and energy retrofits, the partnership will ensure the successful delivery and ongoing operation of this facility.
The facility will use advanced anaerobic digestion and in-vessel composting technology to efficiently convert up to 35,000 tons of organic waste per year into renewable energy and nutrient-rich fertilizer and compost.
The process will produce biogas that can be used as a renewable energy source to power the local community.
“We are pleased to contribute to the sustainability goals of the communities in the Mauricie region by providing an innovative organic waste management solution,” said Michael Leopold, CEO of Convertus Group. “Our full-service approach to designing, constructing and operating new organic waste processing facilities across North America ensures maximum resource recovery while minimizing environmental impact.”
“Every step we take to reduce greenhouse gases is a victory for our planet. It is with great pride that we, in symbiosis with our partners, are committed to continuing this mission and, through projects such as the St-Étienne des Grès biomethanisa

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