The Regenis Even Flow Clean Water System continues to pick up coverage from around the country wherever agriculture is an important part of the local economy. This story aired on the NBC affiliate covering Northeastern Tennessee and Western Virginia.
KING 5 took their cameras out to Edaleen Dairy to share the story about how the anaerobic digester we built helped the dairy trap harmful methane emissions from cow waste, and turn it into clean-burning biogas for our local utility, Puget Sound Energy. Watch the entire story here.
This week’s issue of Dairy Business magazine includes our own Craig Frear on the cover for his article on how digested dairy waste will be an important component for advancing a clean, hydrogen transportation system.
Two of the eight finalists for Project of the Year were built by Regenis. Ferndale, WA– Two Whatcom County dairy digester projects built by agricultural waste solutions company, Regenis, have been nominated as finalists for the American Biogas Council’s Project of the Year Awards, which will be handed out at a ceremony on +Read more
Regenis clean water membrane technology systems to be tested at a dairy farm in Washington. Read the rest of the story…
The consumer knows that dairy cows are the source of many delicious and nutritious foods, including milk, cheese, and ice cream. The farmer knows that they also produce a tremendous amount of manure—thousands of gallons daily on even the smallest dairy farms. When not handled properly, the manure’s greenhouse gasses and bacteria are harmful to +Read more
Craig Frear, Regenis’ Director of Research and Technology, has published a new paper titled, Approaches to Nutrient Recovery from Dairy Manure.” Co-authored with Jingwei Ma and Georgine Yorgey, it’s a comprehensive overview of primary and secondary options and economics of separating solids from cow manure in order to generate dry co-products like animal bedding and +Read more
A new paper published in Science Direct and co-authored by Regenis’ Director of Research and Technology, Dr. Craig Frear, shows promising results on using post-digested dairy fiber as the primary feedstock to clean biogas and to remove odors in animal waste. The study, funded through the USDA, demonstrated when animal waste run through an anaerobic +Read more
Late last week, Washington state Governor, Jay Inslee, signed a bill to promote the development and use of renewable natural gas (RNG). Read the entire article here…
Washington State University is out with a new paper titled, “Completing a Successful Feasibility Study for An Anaerobic Digester Project, co-authored by our own Director of Research, Craig Frear. You can download it here.Completing a Successful Feasibility Study for an AD Project FS292E