Commitment to Stewardship
"Waste not, want not," said America's first inventor, Benjamin Franklin. At Regenis, we'd like to believe Franklin would be proud if he were alive to see one of our American designed and built anaerobic digesters because they turn organic waste from farm animals, food and yard clippings into a sustainable value chain of renewable power and products for farms and fleets while reducing our environmental impact. Our partners are those who follow in Franklin's footsteps--today's American pioneers--who understand good stewardship and good business come together to create novel ways to reuse our resources and leave nothing to waste.
Ferndale Spinoff Has Appetite for Growth in Digester Market
Bill Virgin, Publisher of the Washington Manufacturing Alert, covered the
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Leaders of Ferndale, Washington-based Andgar announced today they are splitting
ANDGAR to Separate Anaerobic Digester Division Under New Name and Expanded Territory
SeaTac, WA – Having already established itself as the largest builder