North America’s Biggest Landfill Operator in Push to Turn More Trash Into Fuel

Waste Management is stepping up its production of rebest casino sites 0able natural gas, which can reduce methane emissions

Money is a sticking point in climate-change negotiations around the world. As economists warn that limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius will cost many more trillions than anticipated, WSJ looks at how the funds could be spent, and who would pay.

Waste Management Inc., the biggest landfill operator in North America, is tapping a growing thirst for fuel made from trash.

The Houston-based company said Thursday that it would invest $825 million over the next four years to turn methane from garbage dumps into biomethane, a natural-gas substitute. Waste Management, or WM, said the funds will bring 17 best casino sites 0 projects online across the U.S. and Canada by 2026, adding to the 16 it currently runs.

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