Pomona company has deal to build waste-to-energy plants

General Environmental Management Inc. in Pomona recently announced that it has signed a letter of intent with Cake Energy LLC to build and operate waste-to-energy facilities in the western United States.  “GEM has committed to entering the WTE market, and we could not have found a better partner than Cake Energy,” GEM CEO Tim Koziol said in a news release. “Their technology is truly unique and revolutionary in dealing with the growing problem of managing primary sewage waste, also known as sludge.”  The companies hope to build their first waste-to-energy plant in the next two years.

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