Pueblo of Laguna Waste Water Utility Project 2

This is the last phase of a $70 million phased in project to redo the entire water and waste water system on the reservation. We have used new markets for the three initial phases. Prior to the redo, the POL experienced severe water shortages and unsafe waste water situations. The POL utility authority is responsible […]

Recleim Dallas

The project involves the development and equiping of a state-of-the-art appliance collection, de-manufacturing and recycling facility located in Dallas, TX. Since 2014, Recleim has emerged as a leader in used appliance recycling in the U.S. Recleim’s fourth facility is in a Severely Distressed census tract with 11.3% unemployment. Recleim renovated a recycling facility which closed […]

Richland Center Renewable Energy and Wastewater Treatment

NMTCs enabled RCRE to construct a new state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility in Richland Center, providing a solution for the significant problems of the city’s old wastewater treatment facility, which was unable to handle the volume, functionality, odor, traffic, disposal, cost or increased capacity. The new facility allowed RCRE to run at higher capacity, enabling the […]

NTUA Wastewater Treatment Facility

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) provides electricity, natural gas, water, wastewater treatment, renewable energy and telecommunications services to homes and businesses throughout the Navajo Nation and neighboring communities. The project created 27 construction jobs and 2 permanent jobs. The new facility processes waste water in an environmentally sustainable manner without a rate increase on some […]

Coyote Valley Hotel and Wastewater

The new Coyote Valley Hotel is 55,000 square feet and has 101 guest rooms. It is located along US Highway 101, a major commercial artery bringing customers through the region for business, tourism and gaming purposes. The tribe is also increasing wastewater capacity and building safer highway access to the reservation.

Martinsville Clean Energy Plant

The Martinsville Clean Energy project successfully combined Investment Tax Credits and New Markets Tax Credits for the design, construction and installation of state-of-the-art clean energy generation technology into an anaerobic digestion facility in rural Martinsville, Virginia. The installation of the new technology allows the facility to process food waste (which could not be processed by […]

Pueblo of Laguna Wastewater System Phases 1 and 2

NMTC financing helped Pueblo of Laguna Utility Authority complete the rehabilitation of the water and wastewater system throughout the tribal lands of Pueblo of Laguna, N. M. The previous water system, which supported six villages, suffered from recurring system failures. The 4Points Laguna project promises to enhance the water and waste water systems by providing […]

Hamtramck Recycling

In 2011, Hamtramck Recycling, a family owned green recycling business located in Hamtramck, Michigan, encountered increased demand from local manufacturers interested in recycling their waste rather than depositing it in landfills. To accommodate the increased demand and increase capacity, Hamtramck sought to purchase and renovate an old waste-transfer building. With support from the State of […]


Recleim developed the U.S.’s first state-of-the-art appliance recycling facility.

RMG Recycling Facility

An environmentally responsible metal recycling facility creates new opportunity in south Chicago.

Mt. Poso Cogeneration Company

In February 2012, Mt. Poso’s power plant completed its conversion to biomass and successfully began delivering its full capacity of clean, renewable energy.

American Processing Inc

American Process, Inc., utilized NMTCs to create 20 new jobs for a biorefinery project at its Alpena, Michigan plant site.

Westervelt Pellets

The NMTC helped the Westervelt Company to build a new wood pellet manufacturing facility in Aliceville, Ala.

Friedman Recycling

In 2011, the City of Albuquerque’s recycling program was limited by the capacity of the antiquated processing plant that recycled only 5-6% of the city’s waste and was being overwhelmed as recycling participation rates shot up. Annually, the program was costing the City of Albuquerque $1.2 million. Friedman Recycling entered into a 12-year single-stream recycling […]