The JW Marriott Marquis Miami continues its commitment to sustainability by investing in state-of-the-art technology with Power Knot’s LFC (Liquid Food Composter). The LFC digests food waste in a clean, sanitary and odorless manner. As a result, it reduces the hotel’s carbon footprint.
Pedalers Fork, a new restaurant in old town Calabasas California, installed an LFC (Liquid Food Composter) from Power Knot to digest its waste food. The LFC reduces the carbon footprint of the company by over 800,000 lb (400 tonne) CO2e per year.
To reduce its carbon footprint — and at the same time save money on their trash collection — Fujitsu installed an LFC (Liquid Food Composter) at their headquarters in the US in Silicon Valley, California. This machine digests food waste in real time, reducing carbon footprint and saving money on trash collection.
The LFC has a payback of under two years.
Big River Fish in Pearl Illinois is one of the largest processors of Asian Carp in the USA. To save money on the costs of disposing of their waste fish, they deployed an LFC-200 from Power Knot. The machine has proven to digest about 400 lb (200 kg) of waste fish every 8 hours. The machine has streamlined production and saved the staff the mess, cost and inconvenience of taking waste to the landfill. The LFC-200 has a payback period under two years.