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Company Overview of Wheelabrator Technologies Inc.

Company Overview

Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. is engaged in the conversion of municipal solid waste and other renewable waste fuels into clean energy. Its waste-to-energy facilities provide safe municipal solid waste disposal for towns and cities across the United States; and deliver renewable electric power to major utilities for distribution to homes and businesses. The company also operates a range of independent power plants that are designed to generate electricity using an assortment of fuels, including waste wood, tires, waste coal, and natural gas. In addition, it produces steam that is sold to government and commercial establishments. Further, the company provides destruction of confidential and d...

4 Liberty Lane West

Hampton, NH 03842

United States

Founded in 1908

2,100 Employees





Key Executives for Wheelabrator Technologies Inc.

Age: 57
Vice President of Operations
Chief Executive Officer of Wheelabrator Water Technologies Inc
Chief Executive Officer of Waste Management and President of Waste Management
Age: 54
President of Waste Management and Chief Operating Officer of Waste Management
Age: 56
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. Key Developments

Waste Management Seeks Acquisitions

Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE:WM) is looking for acquisition opportunities. Waste Management has sold Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. The proceeds of acquisition of Wheelabrator may be used for other acquisitions or possibly a stock repurchase.

The North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project Appoints Wheelabrator Technologies to Build New Incinerator

The North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project (NWRWTP) has appointed Wheelabrator Technologies. The bidder has been selected to build an £800 million incinerator in Deeside which will burn 150,000 tones of waste a year. The Welsh Government's statutory targets require local authorities to recycle at least 70% of household waste by 2025, and to landfill no more than 5% of the residual waste. Wheelabrator is proposing to build and operate an energy recovery facility at site next to the Shotton Paper Mill on the Deeside Industrial Park. A planning application will be submitted later this year after consultation with residents.

Inashco B.V. Forms Joint Venture with Wheelabrator Technologies Inc

Inashco B.V. has formed a 50:50 joint venture with Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. to establish Eco Recovery Solutions LLC. Eco Recovery is a North-American company engaged in recycling of ferrous and non-ferrous metals from the waste-to-energy (WTE) process. The JV allows Wheelabrator to establish the foundation for the deployment of a new, disruptive technology that will bring environmental benefits and enhanced economics to the waste-to-energy industry.

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