This is the first opportunity to meet Power Knot Ocean internationally and see our latest addition made especially for the marine industry: the LFC-25 biodigester. Learn how you can reduce your carbon footprint, meet environmental and regulatory compliance, and save money at Booth #12.
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.
Power Knot Partners with Blue Castle to Bring Biodigesters with Data Analytics to the United Kingdom
Power Knot LLC, the market leader for onsite organic waste management solutions, announced today that it has formed a partnership with Blue Castle to bring sustainable innovation to the United Kingdom.
Power Knot Installs Initial Multi-Unit Order for Food Waste Digester with Bin Tipper at US Wholesale Distribution Center Chain
Power Knot LLC, the market leader for onsite organic waste management solutions, announced today that it has installed an LFC-1000 biodigester at a wholesale distribution center and farm in the Midwest United States. The LFC-1000 biodigester comes with a built-in bin tipper and can digest up to 3000 kg (6600 lb) of waste per day.
Power Knot LLC, the market leader for onsite organic waste management solutions announced today that it launched an NFC card reader option to existing LFC-VI and LFC-VII biodigesters. Current customers can now purchase a kit to add the NFC Card Reader to their biodigester with simple installation.
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).
Only five percent of food waste is recycled in the US, and uneaten, expired, and wasted food make up the largest component of municipal solid waste in landfills. Governments at all levels have a role to play in preventing food waste, facilitating the donation of surplus food, recycling food scraps, and diverting from landfills. Here are ways that municipalities can reduce food waste to sustainably impact their cities.
Food grinders have emerged as a potential solution for disposing of food scraps, and keeping them out of the landfill, but this equipment isn’t without its problems. Here we’ll describe what a food grinder is, how to use this solution for the disposal of food waste, and some of the potential drawbacks you may face in grinding food scraps.
Americans throw away approximately 25 percent more trash during the holiday season than any other time of year while 10.5 percent of US households remain food insecure. In this blog, we discuss how commercial businesses can minimize their holiday food waste.