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California Digester Grant Program Re-Opens For Applications

After several weeks of deliberation, the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s (CDFA) Dairy Digester Research and Development Program (DDRDP) has reopened its request for applications to its dairy digester grant program. The request more-or-less remains exactly the same as the one made in March 2017, with a few small differences. Total funds allotted will still +Read more

Bipartisan Agriculture Environmental Stewardship Act Introduced in U.S. Senate

New legislation introduced in the Senate could bring good news for the biogas industry, sustainable agriculture, and renewable energy efforts nationwide. Through the new Agriculture Environmental Stewardship Act of 2017, legislation would renew efforts to appropriate Income Tax Credits (ITC’s) to biogas nutrient recovery systems—namely, biogas agricultural businesses with technologies working to retain organic matter +Read more

California Digester Grants On Hold

A request for grant applications to help fund anaerobic dairy digester projects in California has been delayed until further notice. The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s (CDFA) Dairy Digester Research and Development Program (DDRDP) received funding from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund in 2016, set to go towards digester grants. These grants would provide +Read more

BioCycle East Coast ’17

Regenis will be attending the 2017 BioCycle East Coast Conference in Baltimore MD, from April 4-7. The annual conference is an opportunity for the organics recycling community and the anaerobic digestion industry, in particular, to commune for discussion of emerging issues and opportunities related to all aspects of organic recycling, recovery and processing. Some key +Read more

Frear co-authors new paper on anaerobically digested dairy fiber

Regenis is proud to announce groundbreaking new work on uses for anaerobically digested dairy fiber from a consortium of industry-leading scientists, including our Director of Research and Technology, Dr. Craig Frear. It’s long been known that post-digested dairy fiber could be used as clean source for cow bedding, as a peat moss substitute and as +Read more

Regenis Year In Review

2016: Year In Review As 2016 comes to a close, we want to acknowledge all of our friends, colleagues and industry partners for joining us to reimagine reusable resources. Leaving behind a better planet for future generations is what inspires us to break new ground, and our research and technology will continue to advance how +Read more

Regenis Wins At REFOR16

Five of Regenis’ digesters were given accolades  this week at the annual American Biogas Council biogas industry awards for continuous operation. The VanderHaak Dairy in Lynden, WA was cited for operating continuously for over ten years while four of our other projects–Qualco Energy and George DeRuter & Sons Dairy in Washington state, and Dry Creek Dairy +Read more

Doing Good Is What Drives Us

“Just as ripples spread out when a single pebble is dropped into water, the actions of individuals can have far-reaching effects.” Doing good and making the world a better place is what drives our company, and seeing that passion passed on from our employees to the next generation is the reward, which is why we +Read more

NPR Story On Our Pixley Digester

Central Valley’s NPR affiliate visited the Pixley digester we built for Calgren, and looked at how digesters can help California meet its greenhouse gas reduction targets of 40% below 1990 levels by 2030. (article & audio).