Waste Management invests in Agnion Energy

U.S. garbage giant, Waste Management (WM), announced last week that it has invested in Agnion Energy for an undisclosed sum. This comes in the backdrop of Waste Management’s previous investments in Enerkem, S4 Energy Solutions, Terrabon, Genomatica, Harvest Power, and Agilyx (see the April 12, 2011 ...

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