Feed Resource Recovery has designed and implemented a groundbreaking Zero Waste solution for the food industry. Our innovative and proprietary approach leverages customers’ existing transportation and distribution systems to generate clean, sustainable power for onsite operations, reduce emissions and save millions of dollars on waste removal costs.
- Business Type:
- Service provider
- Industry Type:
- Energy - Waste to Energy
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
- Year Founded:
Nature’s products have a closed-loop, regenerative life-cycle; plants grow, die and decompose into simpler elements that can be continually reused and recycled.
Typical industrial products have a linear life-cycle. Resources (energy and nutrients) flow in only one direction—from resource to production to disposal.
RESOURCE RECOVERY MODEL
Our approach emulates Nature’s regenerative model—extending the life-cycle of previously discarded food by recovering the energy and nutrients embedded in food waste.
Whether you are a regional or national supermarket chain, food distributor, restaurant chain or local municipality, we can help you easily manage, process and profit from your own food waste. Traditional waste-disposal providers charge for every ton, compactor, pick-up and disposal. Their space requirements and odor issues make it impractical for them to be located anywhere near waste generators. In contrast, our system’s compact and zero-emissions design, allows customers to permit and install at their facilities.
In nature, wetlands use anaerobic digestion to purify the earth’s wastewater. Feed utilizes this natural process, along with proprietary technology and optimization advancements, to cleanly and efficiently convert the carbon in organic waste into a renewable natural gas. The result—zero odors, a net surplus of energy and a nutrient rich fertilizer.
Our systems produce nutrient-rich, organic fertilizer —
From soil to shelf... And back to the soil.
- Replacing pesticides and chemical fertilizers
- Improving soil health, structure and fertility
- Reducing soil erosion and waterway pollution
- Enhancing food quality, nutrition and taste