Waste-to-clean Energy Centers
Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations
Synthetic Fuel Generation
Composite Material Generation
Biomass Briquette Generation
Earth has three primary carbon sinks: oceans, soil and forests. Trees, shrubs, grass, cover crops and all plants (in the ocean, waterways or on land) are part of our planet's backbone. They provide us clean air, water, food, medicine, fuel, shelter and other natural resources. Reforestation, afforestation, responsible farming, rotational grazing, regenerative agriculture are a few of the many ways to create lasting social and environmental impact. Trees, shrubs and all plant life help cool the planet by sucking in and storing GHG, creating shade on the soil, reducing evaporation, absorbing rain, preventing erosion, increasing water tables, supporting biodiversity, feeding microorganisms and releasing oxygen.
Manure, generally considered waste and a major contributor to GHG, can be collected to produce biogas/biomethane/ Renewable Natural Gas (RNG). This renewable alternative to fossil fuel can be consumed by all natural gas equipment without modifying tools. Using RNG in place of natural gas or Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) not only mitigates methane emissions it also avoids the CO2 contamination that would have been emitted by mining and then burning natural gas or other fossil fuels. Animal waste, human waste, organic waste, landfill emissions or other waste streams can be collected, cleaned and used for electricity, heat, RNG in home, transportation or machinery. Biodigestors creating on-site biogas at dairy farms, feed yards (beef, poultry, pork or any species), sewage processing plants, MSW process plants, waste tire plants, etc. can meet those commercial or industrial energy needs while preventing this contamination reaching the atmosphere. We also mitigate methane by storing and consuming RNG generated from fermented animal feed in industrial biodigestors. While there exist countless applications for biodigestors, we implement practical and sustainable methods to mitigate methane emissions.