US Ecology, Inc. declared that stockholders of record on January 20, 2017 received a quarterly cash dividend of $0.18 per common share, payable on January 27, 2017. The company currently has 21.7 million shares outstanding and estimates that approximately $3.9 million in cash will be paid out for the declared quarterly dividend.
Published in the February 2017 Edition of American Recycler News
Covanta Tulsa, the energy-from-waste facility which serves the City of Tulsa, neighboring communities and local businesses with a sustainable alternative to landfills is celebrating 30 years of reliable operations.
Tri Global Energy, a leading U.S. originator and developer of utility-scale wind energy projects, disclosed the initial phase of 155 MW for the Fluvanna Wind Energy project has reached financial close, received funding and begun pouring foundations under the construction contract.
Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical High School (UCT), a public vocational-technical high school in Bourne, Massachusetts partnered with Solect Energy of Hopkinton, Massachusetts and Green Seal Environmental to develop and install a 663 kilowatt (kW) solar canopy in the school’s existing parking lot.
Veolia Energy North America Holdings, Inc. has acquired Enovity, a San Francisco-based energy services firm. Enovity is a strategic acquisition that complements Veolia’s existing SourceOne energy services business, providing a platform for expanding the company’s geographic footprint.
Blue Sphere Corporation, an international independent power producer, provided a project update for the waste-to-energy facility it has developed and is currently under construction in Johnston, Rhode Island.