Agilyx lands $25M venture capital round

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Monday, December 19, 2011

Tigard-based startup Agilyx raised more than $20 million from investors, for the second time this year.

The company pulled in a $25 million Series C round, led by new investor Keating Capital.

 

In March the company secured a $22 million Series B round led by prominent Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, with participation by waste industry giant Waste Management Inc. and Paris-based Total S.A., one of the world's biggest gas and oil exploration companies.
Since the Series B round, Agilyx said it has closed $25 million in sales, tripled the size of its work force -- which included just 30 people in March -- and increased the amount of revenue produced from oil production.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

Read more about the company's trash to cash technology.

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