Juno has developed a breakthrough waste recycling technology that uses patented sanitization and separation processes to recover up to 90% of materials it processes, diverting them from landfills and incinerators. These materials – things like paper fiber, plastics, and metals – are then circulated back into the economy for reuse. Not only is Juno able to reclaim previously unrecyclable materials, but it can also turn food waste into renewable biogas, and each ton of waste processed through a Juno facility represents up to a one-ton net reduction CO2 emissions.* Juno began operating its first commercial plant in Toledo, Oregon in early 2021, with plans to expand around the globe.
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*We have estimated the CO2e impact for Juno® Technology through the EPA WARM model version 15 using Portland, OR Metro's 2016 waste characterization. EPA WARM model is a standard for measuring carbon impact in the waste industry.
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