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 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.
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.
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).
In a recent LinkedIn Live with Enrique Acosta Gonzalez, we discuss why sustainable leaders can attract employees and investors, increase productivity and reduce costs, and improve brand image.
We discuss the differences between zero waste to landfill, waste-to-energy and zero waste and how it impacts corporate sustainability.
Supermarkets and grocery stores face a unique plight in America — nearly 30 percent of food is thrown away before it ever reaches the consumer despite the fact that 10.5 percent of households are food insecure. The best way for retail markets and grocery stores to combat climate change isn’t just to procure the food from sustainable sources but includes shifting their focus to preventing food waste.