HRG’s MRSA Wastewater to Energy Project Featured at OECD Rural Development Conference

Peter J. Fisher of the USDA, HRG’s Justin Mendinski, and Thomas P. Williams of the USDA exhibiting the MRSA Wastewater 2 Energy (Ww2E) Project at the 10th OECD Rural Development Conference in Memphis, TN.

Peter J. Fisher of the USDA, HRG’s Justin Mendinski, and Thomas P. Williams of the USDA exhibiting the MRSA Wastewater to Energy (Ww2E) Project at the 10th OECD Rural Development Conference in Memphis, TN.

HRG is proud to support Pennsylvania’s Rural Development in exhibiting Milton Regional Sewer Authority’s (MRSA) Wastewater to Energy Project at the 10th Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Rural Development Conference – National Prosperity through Modern Rural Policy on May 19-21 in Memphis, Tennessee.

This invitation-only conference marks the 10th meeting of the world’s leading policy officials, international experts and representatives from the private sector for discussing best practices for rural areas.

Officials from the United States Department of Agrigulture (USDA) invited HRG to assist in the exhibiting of the MRSA Ww2E project at the conference given its innovative engineering design and the positive impact it is making on rural development within Pennsylvania. The project will allow the MRSA to produce all of its energy needs from its own wastewater treatment process. Click here for more information on the project.

Milton Regional Sewer Authority's Wastewater to Energy Treatment Plant

Milton Regional Sewer Authority’s Wastewater to Energy Treatment Plant