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Divert, Inc. Announces Harrison, Ohio, as the Site of a Future Integrated Diversion & Energy Facility

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With support from key local corporate, economic and political stakeholders, the facility is expected to prevent and process wasted food and create new jobs in the community

WEST CONCORD, Massachusetts and HARRISON, Ohio, May 20, 2024 Divert, Inc., an impact technology company on a mission to Protect the Value of Food™, today announced Harrison, Ohio, as the location of a future Integrated Diversion & Energy Facility. The facility is expected to prevent and process wasted food and spark local economic development through bringing new jobs to Hamilton County.

“For nearly 17 years, Divert has pioneered advanced technologies and sustainable infrastructure that prevent wasted food,” said Ryan Begin, CEO and co-founder of Divert. “Hamilton County is an important hub for agriculture and food manufacturing, and we are eager to introduce our mission and solutions to benefit this area. Divert is grateful to have significant local support, and we are ready to get to work to make a positive environmental, economic, and social impact on this community.”

Through the new facility, Divert has committed to adding 50 new jobs to the region and a capital investment of $88.5M.

To learn more, please read the full announcement here.


About Divert, Inc.
Divert, Inc. is an impact technology company on a mission to Protect the Value of Food™. Founded in 2007, the company creates advanced technologies and sustainable infrastructure to eliminate wasted food, driving social and environmental impact. Divert provides an end-to-end solution that prevents waste by maximizing the freshness of food, recovers edible food to serve communities in need, and converts wasted food into renewable energy. The company works with over 6,600 customer locations across the U.S. to reduce wasted food and positively impact people and the environment. Its customer base spans across industries and includes five Fortune 100 companies. For more information on Divert, Inc., please visit

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