This past spring, Seattle-based Impact Bioenergy completed an agreement with ForTheGood Public Benefit Corporation (FTG) who is now the first U.S. customer of the company’s HORSE microdigester. The HORSE is a living machine that uses biomimicry to convert foodwaste into renewable energy and fertilizer, with zero waste.
In February, Seattle-based Impact Bioenergy completed a distribution agreement with Montreal-based Vertal Inc., manufacturer of the CityPod on-site composting system. CityPod comes in four sizes ranging from 720 to 5,850 pound-capacity per week, at a rated 42 days of process residence time. The systems are ideal for restaurants, campuses, resorts, hospitals, casinos, conference venues and other facilities where zero-waste practices are in place and compost can be used beneficially.