Creating a More Sustainable Future
Harvest is creating a more sustainable future by helping communities meet the challenges at the intersection of waste, agriculture and energy in the 21st century. We divert discarded organic materials – primarily yard trimmings and food scraps – from landfills and produce renewable energy and soil, mulch and natural fertilizer products through anaerobic digestion and composting.
Harvest currently manages more than 2 million tons of organic material through 30 operating sites in North America. The company has nearly 65,000 megawatt-hours per year of heat and power generating capacity and sells nearly 33 million bags of soil, mulch and fertilizer products to agricultural producers and landscapers annually.
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Harvest Power Facilities and Locations
Please select from the hotspot on the map to the left to learn more about Harvest Power's many offerings across the US and Canada.
We serve the Central Valley agricultural community through organics management and compost-based fertilizers.Visit Site
We help the Metro Vancouver region achieve its sustainability and landfill diversion targets through Superpowered™ organics management, renewable energy and compost-based soil products. Our site in BC is also home to North America's largest commercial scale high solids anaerobic digester!Visit Site
We process organics and produce renewable energy and natural fertilizers at one of North America's largest Superpowered™ anaerobic digestion facilities.Visit Site
We serve up organics management solutions at three locations in Connecticut.Visit Site
We provide full service clearing, chipping, and top quality soil and mulch products.Visit Site
Orlando, or Landfill? We have constructed a Superpowered™ Energy Garden that will co-digest wastewater and food waste to produce renewable electricity and natural fertilizers for Central Florida.Visit Site
We manufacture and sell more than 29 million bags of top-quality soils & mulches, available at retail locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic.Visit Site
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