Thanks to everyone for a groundbreaking 2017, and we look forward to working together next year to reimagine our reusable resources.
On November 30, 2017, Andgar Corporation was named the 2017 Green Business of the Year by the Bellingham / Whatcom Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
The annual BioCycle REFOR conference was held in Portland last week, drawing anaerobic digestion, compost and sustainability partners to the Red Lion Conference Center in Portland OR. The annual event is co-sponsored by BioCycle Magazine and the American Biogas Council (ABC). Regenis was in full-force at the event, with Eric Powell, Director of Project Development, +Read more
A Ferndale company has come up with a way for farms to better manage soil nutrients, and it is getting a chance to prove it locally with a well-known Lynden dairy. Read more here…
Listen in as KGMI’s Dillon Honcoop interviews our Director of Research and Technology, Dr. Craig Frear, on the fine solids separation system we installed at Edaleen Dairy, Western Washington’s first phosphorous recovery unit, which will benefit both dairies and our watersheds. Listen here…
Thanks to Joel Hastings, Publisher of Dairy Business & Holstein World, for covering the announcement of our launch of Western Washington’s first fine solids separator at Edaleen Dairy. Read more and watch the video…
Washington State’s watersheds scored a win this week as agricultural waste company, Regenis, installed the first phosphorous recovery system west of the Cascades at Edaleen Dairy in Lynden. This fine solids separation system, called a Dissolved Air Floatation (DAF) unit, removes solids in manure wastewater through a system that injects the tank with air bubbles +Read more
MONROE — They were pioneers when the sky was falling. Back in 2008, when the housing and stock markets were crashing, the family farmers at Werkhoven Dairy in Monroe took a huge leap of faith—one that carried them to some nearby land and a project/process that would ultimately help the dairy, the state, the Native +Read more
Last week, California Democrats and Republicans set aside political differences, decisively pushing forward a bill to help fight global climate change. As part of the bill, more revenue will be available to support methane capture through building anaerobic digesters. Such agricultural projects are key in the bill’s strategy to curb greenhouse gas emissions from the +Read more
Regenis 2017 Mid-Year Update New Horizons In Nutrient Recovery One of the more exciting recent developments in on-farm manure and nutrient management is incorporation of fine solids separators (FSS) capable of separating fine solids and their associated nutrients from the wastewater. When paired with an anaerobic digester, these FSS units allow for 90% of the phosphorous +Read more