State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) attended Quasar Energy Group’s grand opening of their new waste to energy facility. About 100 people attended the joint venture project with Forest City Enterprises, including Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson. Representative Anielski introduced the mayor during the event, which took place at the Collinwood Bioenergy facility.

The grand opening celebrated the collaboration of several Cleveland companies working together to sustainably manage waste and create renewable energy. The Collinwood facility aims to preserve the regional environment by processing organic waste that would otherwise be sent to landfills by producing clean, renewable energy.

“Quasar Energy Group is a state-of-the-art facility and I am always supportive of joint ventures working together to preserve the environment,” Rep Anielski said. “I was honored to speak at such a groundbreaking event for the City of Cleveland with all their other partners.”

Quasar is a Northeast Ohio company that builds, designs, owns and operates anaerobic digestion renewable energy systems. The Collinwood facility accompanies other sites including North Ridgeville, Zanesville, Wooster and Columbus.


Ringler Energy said...

Great article!
There are more and more of these units going up in Ohio. They cut the odor pollution and produce energy & soil amendments in the meantime!

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