Covanta

Covanta

Morristown, New Jersey, United States
Morristown United States
Employees:
3,600
Market Cap:
$2 billion
Revenue:
$1.7 billion
5 Year Trend:
0.5%
Net Income:
$-11.66 million
NYSE:
CVA

Covanta (formerly the Ogden Corporation) is a world leader in providing sustainable waste and energy solutions. Annually, Covanta’s modern Energy-from-Waste facilities, also known as waste-to-energy, safely convert approximately 20 million tons of waste from municipalities and businesses into clean, renewable electricity to power one million homes and recycle approximately 500,000 tons of metal. Wikipedia

Covanta

Morristown, New Jersey, United States
Morristown United States
Employees:
3,600
Market Cap:
$2 billion
Revenue:
$1.7 billion
5 Year Trend:
0.5%
Net Income:
$-11.66 million
NYSE:
CVA

Covanta (formerly the Ogden Corporation) is a world leader in providing sustainable waste and energy solutions. Annually, Covanta’s modern Energy-from-Waste facilities, also known as waste-to-energy, safely convert approximately 20 million tons of waste from municipalities and businesses into clean, renewable electricity to power one million homes and recycle approximately 500,000 tons of metal. Wikipedia

Aug 29, 4:14 PM

Covanta H-Power held the facilitys first Annual Beach Cleanup and Fishing Tournament attended by more than 50 employees and their families. Participants played games and collected trash which was then taken back to the facility for processing.

Aug 29, 1:23 PM

Not only does responsibly recycling your phone decrease electronic waste (e-waste) in the environment, but it also helps save energy. This is a win-win!

Aug 25, 4:21 PM

Several members of the Covanta NY/NJ Region attended the annual Citizens Campaign for the Environment Equinox Awards Gala. CCE works to build widespread citizen understanding and advocacy for policies and actions designed to manage and protect public health and natural resources.

Aug 23, 1:27 PM

Covanta Pittsfield donated 96 carabiners to the Pittsfield Fire Department. The harnesses are essential in helping protect firefighters by enabling their safe exit from elevated areas during a fire or other emergency evacuation event!