In France, Rennes Metropolis renews its waste recovery contract

Published in the dossier of April 2018

ValoReizh’s waste-to-energy (WtE) facility is part of the “Zero-wastage, zero-waste territories” program that encourages the transformation of waste into green energy. This facility, which Veolia will run for three and a half years, guarantees high performance in terms of green energy production — equivalent to 56,000 metric tons of coal and 44 million liters of fuel avoided — and will help the Rennes metropolis keep its environmental commitments.
Over the duration of the new contract, it will treat over 504,000 metric tons of non-recyclable household waste and provide 20,000 households along with the nearby university hospital center with heat.
 

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