Harvest Power raises $51.7 million to convert organic waste into fuels and compost

Recently, Harvest Power raised $51.7 million in its Series B, featuring investors Waste Management, Kleiner Perkins, and new investor Generation Investment Management, among others. Harvest Power offers composting, anaerobic digestion, and gasification technologies for organic waste management. The ...

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