First Portable Bioenergy Plant in the U.S. Finds Home In Ballard At Fremont Brewing

Impact Bioenergy deployed its first microdigester in Seattle.  Dubbed the HORSE (High-solids Organic-waste Recycling System with Electrical Output), the unit is located at Fremont Brewing Company‘s Ballard neighborhood location, 4700 9th Ave NW, and will serve the brewery and surrounding commercial restaurants and grocers.

The Impact Bioenergy HORSE is a living system that converts food waste into renewable energy and organic fertilizer with zero waste.  It is a hyperlocal solution that builds resilient energy and food systems.  HORSE units are ideal for campuses, communities, resorts, islands, and similar localized networks and can be used to build and store energy for emergency management plans as well.

Learn more at ImpactBioenergy.com.

 

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