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Grind2Energy™

Transforming Food Waste from Environmental Challenge to Renewable Energy Source

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A Sustainable Game Changer for Food Retailers and Services

Grind2Energy is more than an alternative to landfills and traditional compost programs. This revolutionary system utilizes the benefits of a food waste disposer to recycle unavoidable food waste into clean, renewable energy. With our Grind2Energy initiative, we are helping forward-looking businesses to realize substantial reductions in food waste and spending. It's a big idea, and it all starts with your facility and Grind2Energy, the food waste recycling system from Emerson. 

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Put Grind2Energy to Work in Your Facility

Commercial kitchens and food retailers produce more than 4,000 lbs. of food waste per week. That food waste results in costly hauling fees and a strain on labor and resources. The Grind2Energy food recycling system helps facilities improve sanitation, reduce hauling fees, and increase operational efficiency, making it the ideal solution for grocery stores, stadiums, arenas, universities, casinos, and hotels. Wastewater treatment plants can also benefit by adding Grind2Energy nutrient-rich slurry to their anaerobic digesters. 

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A Jump-Start to Alternative Energy Production

Creating sustainable, alternative energy is a critical component to preserving the environment. With the Grind2Energy food recycling system, organics are stored in controlled storage tanks were they product biogas. This beneficial resource, comprised mostly of methane and carbon dioxide, is instrumental in creating renewable energy, natural gas, and alternative fuel for vehicles at a much faster rate than the decomposition of animals and plants that make coal or oil deposits. 

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Transforming Food Waste Into Renewable Energy

Waste Diversion Goals and Bans are Increasing

State and local governments are setting aggressive waste diversion goals and implementing landfill waste diversion bans. Currently, five states (MA, CA, VT, RI, and CT) already have statutory limits or goals in place for disposing of commercial food waste. Four more states (MN, MD, NJ, and FL) hand landfill diversion legislation currently pending. Discover how Grind2Energy can help facilities comply with state and local organic waste diversion legislation. 

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