Food Waste to Energy.

According to the USDA off all the food produced and/or sold in the USA, 30-40% of it is wasted and ends up in landfills.

This is equivalent to over 150 billion pounds per year!

That food waste buried in landfills decomposes and releases CO2 and methane, contributing significantly to global warming.

We can intercept that waste and process it via environmentally-friendly anaerobic digestion, wherein the food is decomposed in controlled environments and the gases are collected to be converted into energy.

The biogas that is formed can be used to generate electricity, burned to heat boilers, or converted to diesel and jet fuel. It can also be refined to inject into the natural gas grid and used in place of fossil fuels.