- A so-called "energy machine" at Cleveland’s Progressive Field is converting food waste into a slurry that’s a raw form of energy.
- The slurry is later converted into a fertilizer by a plant owned by Quasar.
- The Cleveland Indians began using the process last year, after the Cleveland Browns began using the process in 2013 .
Efforts to extract energy from organic trash are increasing in the U.S. But like other types of waste-to-energy processes, an infrastructure to deal with such recyclables could enable the process of food waste to energy recycling more widely adopted.