ZooShare: Canada'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
The Toronto Zoo recognizes its responsibility to act as a leader in environmental sustainability...We have supported the ZooShare biogas plant project from its inception and will continue to support less food waste in landfills, less greenhouse gas emissions and, hopefully, a more stable environment for Canada's wildlife."- Dolf DeJong, CEO
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
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Everyday, truck loads of organic waste end up in landfills, releasing greenhouse gas emissions and contributing to climate change.

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Our biogas plant is turning poo from the Toronto Zoo and inedible food waste into renewable power for the Ontario grid. A by-product of this process is fertilizer, which can help to grow local food.

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Join 700+ Ontario-based impact investors who are helping to generate renewable power, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and return nutrients to the soil.

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