Due to rising COVID cases in Florida, Power Knot will no longer be attending this year’s Seatrade Cruise Global tradeshow and has postponed our attendance to the 2022 show. See you then!
The NAFEM Show 2021 has been cancelled due to concerns around safety and show attendance.
Due to new CDC guidelines on large events and gatherings, Power Knot has postposted attendance to Waste Expo until 2022. Hope to see you there!
Power Knot LLC, the market leader for on site organic waste management solutions, announced today that it has released an update to the LFC Cloud to display the type of waste food that has been discarded. The LFC Cloud is Power Knot’s revolutionary continuous data analytics system.
Power Knot LLC, the market leader for onsite organic waste management solutions, announced today that it launched the flat top version of the LFC-300 biodigester to the market. The LFC-300FT biodigester is the largest flat top machine available on the market.
Just B, a luxury super yacht capable of comfortably accommodating up to 14 guests in 7 cabins, has installed the LFC-25 biodigester as their organic waste management solution for its one year long expedition. Just B is the first yacht to receive the LFC-25 biodigester, a fully enclosed automatic biodigester capable of digesting 9–75 kg (20–165 lb) of food waste each day with no noise or odor.
Director David Annis answers questions on the mechanical stomachs that diverted 50,000 lbs. of dining hall food waste away from landfills.
Two LFC Biodigesters at dining halls in University of Nebraska-Lincoln have diverted over 50,000 pounds of food waste from landfills and reduced Nebraska’s carbon footprint by 95 tons.
Pubs have been urged to consider how to stop wasting surplus food on Stop Food Waste Day (24 April).
As of January 1, 2022, the New York food waste law will impact organizations located within 25 miles of an organic waste recycler. Here’s how you can determine if this law applies to you and what waste management options exist.
Given that individuals aged 24 years and younger today account for nearly 40 percent of the entire global population, sustainability education can serve as a powerful tool for helping today’s youth drive needed reductions in global warming.
When food waste enters the LFC biodigester, it seemingly disappears in just a few hours. This seemingly magical process is actually the work of billions of tiny little microbes in a special mix called Powerzyme. We dive into how microorganisms help turn food waste into water in a natural process called aerobic digestion.