July 9, 2014
Company to Unveil Revolutionary Waste-to-Energy Project By Fall
May 30, 2014
Company Officials Announce Plans to Unveil
Revolutionary Waste-to-Energy Facility in California this Summer
May 14, 2014
Facility is First ever of its kind in the Nation to be Constructed and Operational in an
April 14, 2014
Groundbreaking new system is expected to dramatically improve the brewery’s bottom line by generating on-site bio-gas and electricity while significantly reducing the amount of spent grains from the brewing process. PEG’s new system represents a true game-changer for sustainability by creating maximum energy value and a rapid return on investment for breweries.
Devil’s Canyon Brewing Co. awarded Business of the Year by local chamber of commerce
Since its founding in 2001, Devil’s Canyon Brewing says it has followed a C.O.R.E. philosophy—C.O.R.E. being a “Culture ofRe-utilization Ethic.” In addition to making award-winning, sustainably handcrafted beer and root beer, since its start the brewery has been redirecting materials destined for landfills and using them either internally or ensuring they go to another business or group that can benefit by re-utilizing them.
Converting Brewery Waste to Energy in California
Pure Energy Group brings AD to urban settings with new technology
Food Processors Offset Energy Costs with Scraps
Food processing facilities are beginning to look like potential early adopters of waste-to-energy recycling. Because they are large single-point generators of food scraps, which have more energy content than sewage and some other organic materials, as well as being large consumers of energy, food processors are well-positioned to surmount some of the obstacles to implementation of anaerobic digestion reactors to turn food into electricity and gas.