ZooShare: North America's 1st Zoo-Biogas Plant

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It's imperative that we give a sh*t! - Rita and Jeff Rayman, ZooShare members
ZooShare is a fine example of community power in action – raising local dollars to make a local impact through the development of a renewable energy project. - Bob Chiarelli, Ontario Minister of Energy
We are excited to be associated with North America’s first zoo-biogas project, which will further strengthen the Zoo’s role as a global leader in conservation and sustainability. - John Tracogna, CEO of the Toronto Zoo
I jumped at the chance to make ZooShare a reality as a way to demonstrate to our policy makers and communities how we can implement sustainable energy solutions. - Marisa Sterling, P. Eng
It gives me hope for the planet. It's a great green solution that we can stand behind. - Denice Wilkins and John Wilson

Everyday, truck loads of organic waste end up in landfills, releasing greenhouse gas emissions and contributing to climate change.


With the help of nearly 300 local investors, ZooShare raised $2.2 Million to build North America's 1st zoo biogas plant.

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We will recycle manure from the Toronto Zoo and food waste from Canada’s largest grocery chain into renewable power for the Ontario grid, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and returning nutrients to the soil.


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