StormFisher Environmental Ltd.
StormFisher owns and operates a 2.85 MW biogas facility in London, Ontario that converts up to 100,000 tonnes of organic waste each year into renewable energy and organic-based fertilizer. We provide disposal services to Ontario’s food processors, food retailers, waste haulers, and any business where food is either prepared or consumed. In addition StormFisher has been involved in the development of numerous other facilities in the U.S. and Canada.
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- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Waste Management
- Market Focus:
- Internationally (various countries)
The way we farm is changing. The way food gets from the farm to the kitchen table is changing. But perhaps most of all, the way we meet our energy demands is changing.
At StormFisher, we are at the nexus of these changes, working with agriculture, food processing as well as electrical and gas utilities to convert what might have been sources of harmful gases into clean, renewable energy.
We call it power with purpose.
Our team of experts combines experience in anaerobic digestion, organic fertilizer and nutrient management. We have come together under one roof to build energy plants that contribute to a better quality of life for everyone.
Our company is set up to identify new opportunities in the field of renewable energy from biogas and to rapidly capture and develop these opportunities. We also provide advisory services to those who require assistance to achieve the key elements required for a successful biogas project from feasibility all the way to financing and operations.
The world has a fixed amount of resources that can be consumed, whether it be for the production of typical fossil based fuels for energy use or natural resources to make products we consume. In order to provide a similar quality of life for future generations, the way we utilize our finite amount of resources needs to change. At StormFisher, we strive to realize innovative means of reusing those limited resources.