One Year Later, Where Are We Now?

Elevated view of the site in early March

Since breaking ground last June, Wasatch Resource Recovery has grown tremendously. What used to be empty land is now a collection of buildings including a chemical & dewatering building, a depackaging facility, a boiler building, hydrolysis, pressate, digestate and F.O.G. tanks, and of course, two digester tanks!

While the construction is rapidly developing, clients from across the Valley are signing contracts and committing to send their organic waste to the digesters. The support and enthusiasm from corporations, restaurants, grocery stores, and small businesses alike continue to perpetuate the progress of this project and its expected opening in late 2018. Before then, water tests will be conducted on the digesters, with test loads of organic material following soon after.