Government officials in England call for increase in anaerobic digestion use

December 10, 2010

By Erica Finley Recently, government officials expressed a desire to increase the use of anaerobic digestion across England, according to Greenwise. A new document lays out the steps those officials believe need to be taken to increase energy from waste in England through this specific process. Because the U.K. produces about 100 million tons of Read more...

Canada invests $4 million in clean technology with Harvest Power

November 16, 2010

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The Richmond Review last week shared a major announcement in the clean tech industry – as Natural Resource Minister Christian Paradis announced Ottawa’s pledge to invest $4 million toward Canada’s first commercial-scale project using high-solids anaerobic digestion technology to transform organic food and yard waste into energy. The project will be handled by Fraser Richmond Read more...

Harvest Power, Triple T Trucking work toward zero waste

July 8, 2010

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Today, Harvest Power’s partnership with New Hampshire-based Triple T Trucking was featured in the Brattleboro Reformer. The story, by staff writer Chris Garofalo, presented plans to create an organics to energy and recycling station in the New England area that works toward a common goal of zero waste while creating renewable energy. Harvest CEO Paul Read more...

Terrain mag calls composting ‘up and coming’ industry

June 3, 2010


The Spring 2010 issue of Terrain magazine features an interesting and informative piece called Compost Confidential, which details the promising growth of composting as an industry, as well as the challenges that lie ahead. Writer Amy Kiser considers composting an up and coming industry, one that “follows on the heels of recycling as an environmentally Read more...

Construction begins on UK’s largest AD plant

May 6, 2010


  The United Kingdom may have already earned trendsetter status for its efforts in sustainabilty and food waste management. As construction begins on what will be the largest anaerobic digestion plant so far in the region, experts say many more AD plants in the UK will follow suit. The Selby Renewable Energy Park, designed by Read more...

Renewable Energy from The Big Apple

May 4, 2010


By: Sameer Rashid Did you read the Op-Ed the other day called ‘Power from Trash‘ in the New York Times?  Using our waste in a more productive way seems to be a popular theme in the news and editorial pages this year. New York City has been my home since 2001 and I’ve also been Read more...

Moving Massachusetts to #1 for Clean Tech

May 3, 2010

By Kate Wattson A new report prepared by Clean Edge Inc. ranks Massachusetts the #2 clean-energy state in the nation. As someone who has personally committed to living in Greater Boston and working in the clean energy industry for the rest of my life (barring any unanticipated success in the So You Think You Can Read more...

Composting at the US Capitol

April 16, 2010


by Sameer Rashid, Business Development Manager I had lunch with some of my colleagues at the Longworth Cafeteria in Washington, DC a few weeks ago.  We were discussing the food waste composting opportunities in the DC metro area.  You might be thinking, “Harvest employees talk about food waste and renewable energy???  Shocker.” What made this Read more...

Biomass magazine features Harvest Power

April 9, 2010


Harvest Power made headlines as the April 2010 edition of Biomass magazine featured an article detailing our exciting partnership with Waste Management. In it, reporter Anna Austin explains that “waste” is no longer an adequate word to describe the materials Waste Management handles today. Austin interviewed Carl Rush, vice president of WM Organic Growth Group, and Read more...

Ashden Award-winner India’s BIOTECH promotes biogas technology

April 8, 2010


It’s been three years since India-based BIOTECH earned the prestigious Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy. Still, their story resonates. BIOTECH installed biogas plants in order to solve the problem of mounting food waste in Kerala, India. According to, more than 12, 000 plants have since been established in the country.  Those plants use food Read more...

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