Covanta Niagara organized a food drive for families at a local women’s and children’s homeless shelter. The facility staff donated turkeys for each family staying at the shelter and purchased non-perishable items for Thanksgiving dinner.
Covanta Niagara employees held a food drive to assist residents of nearby Buffalo, NY, after the devastating mass shooting at a local grocery store in that city. This tragic event shut down the only grocery store in the community, making it difficult for residents to get food and other necessities ...
Covanta Niagara partnered with Monroe County in New York to decommission 1.19 tons of retired U.S. flags in accordance with the United States Flag Code, Title 4, Section 8k. These flags completed their service by being converted into a renewable energy source for the local community.
Covanta Niagara teamed up with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to help keep local waterways clear through the Fishing for Energy program. To date, the plant has converted about 450 pounds worth of derelict fishing gear into energy.
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