Southeast Green’s Beth Bond talks with Iain Milnes, founder and president of Power Knot, the leading provider of environmentally sound products that reduce costs and carbon footprint.
Municipalities and states are mandating that large producers of waste food must not send it to a landfill. The administration understands that waste food has the largest impact on the environment, and large corporations are already striving for zero waste (and finding value in the waste they can recycle). Power Knot president, Iain Milnes, discusses the movement under way in municipalities and states across the U.S. to reach zero waste.
A small, quiet machine tucked into a corner of the cafeteria at one Palm Beach Gardens school is accomplishing a mighty feat: converting 150 pounds of half-eaten sloppy Joes, pasta, potatoes and the like into usable water.
Power Knot will be exhibiting at the Waste Works 2017 to unveil the innovative solution to waste and launch our presence in the UK.
With laws changing throughout the country to divert food waste from landfills, generators are looking for solutions to manage food waste onsite efficiently. Some food-based industries are turning to real-time management through the use of portable digesters with cloud capabilities.
RECYCLING PRODUCT NEWS: Compact Biodigesters part of the solution; Power Knot founder comments on report
MODERN RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT: 1.3 billion tons of food is wasted annually worldwide. To combat the problem, several cities and states are instituting “green” initiatives to eliminate food waste and its effect on the environment.
BUQUAD: Sustainability at BU aims to redirect food waste away from the landfill.
Bio-digesters will continue to help advance the global movement toward sustainability and zero waste initiatives.