Toronto Zoo Seeks Investors for Waste-To-Energy Facility

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Lions in the Zoo
With all of the waste-to-energy facilities popping in farms, the Toronto Zoo has seen a golden opportunity for powering their facilities, and getting rid of all of the animal excrement. Unfortunately, it’s going to cost an expected $13 million CDN (around $10.5 million USD), and that’s money that the City of Toronto just doesn’t have. The good news is the facility would create enough energy to pay itself off in 5 years, plus it would be able to sell the power back into the grid. If there’s any private investors out there, contact the Toronto Zoo to help with their eco-overhaul today.

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