Posts Tagged ‘anaerobic digestion’

Anaerobic Digestion: The Future of Waste Management

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In its latest issue, The Atlantic reported on a new waste management system that’s coming to New York City’s $20 billion Hudson Yards project. When complete, the Manhattan development – set to house 5,000 apartments and six skyscrapers – will boast a pneumatic tubes system that’ll help sort trash, recyclables and compost for its residents.…

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The Benefits of Anaerobic Digestion

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Right now most organic waste – like food scraps – is being tossed into landfills where it releases harmful emissions into the environment. If we could anaerobically digest 50 percent of this waste, we could create enough clean energy to power 2.5 million homes for a year! But the benefits of anaerobic digestion don’t end…

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Renergy Powers Pitstick Farms With Clean, Green Energy

Renergy Powers Pitstick Farms With Clean, Green Energy

At Renergy, our anaerobic digestion system takes organic, food and agricultural waste, and converts it to clean renewable energy, heat, nutrients and reclaimed water. Our process works in a way that’s good for both the economy and environment, turning waste into natural resources for cities, businesses and farms. Renergy’s Dovetail Energy facility near Dayton, Ohio…

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National Agriculture Day: How Farming Can Create Renewable Energy

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March 18th is National Agriculture Day! Ag Day brings together farmers, corporations, associations, and more, to celebrate the contributions provided by farming in the United States. Agriculture Day offers a look into how the farming industry helps maintain a strong national economy. Really, it’s pretty easy to tick off the benefits of farming. It gives…

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Anaerobic Digestion vs. Composting

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Anaerobic digestion vs. composting. They definitely have similarities. Most importantly, they both keep waste out of landfills. But they’re not exactly the same. Here’s the scoop:

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