Turning Farm Waste into Profit

Farms are a foundational part of civilization, providing the rest of society with the food it needs to sustain itself. But while farms produce nourishing food, they also create large amounts of waste that can be difficult and dangerous to deal with. In the United States alone, farm animals generate more than 1 million tons of manure daily. Farms often …

Fuel From Food Waste

Restaurants have a serious food waste problem. Every year the world throws out an estimated 1.3 billion tons of food, with around 40% of that coming from restaurants. Food waste is the number one contributor to landfills and the single most common type of waste taken to incinerators, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency. Rotting food in landfills create …

New Way to Recycle Tires

When people buy car tires they want durable long-lasting tires that won’t breakdown. Unfortunately these same qualities make tires hard to dispose of and a major contributor to landfills. In the US alone nearly 300 million tires are thrown out each year, according to the EPA. While some tires can be retread and put back on the road or repurposed …

The scaleable concept of Swestep

SWESTEP is a revolutionary company creating the future of recycling. Its patented Catalytic Pressureless Depolymerization (CPD) process can turn waste into renewable fuels, oils and other industrial products. By reducing waste and emissions, SWESTEP offers an environmentally and financially viable path towards a green economy. CPD is a combustionless low-pressure liquefaction process that emits zero carcinogens. The technology utilizes a …

The Green Fund Finance Concept

Climate change is upon us. It’s no longer an abstract issue for future generations but an immediate crisis we can see outside our window. Droughts, wildfires and hurricanes are just a preview of what’s to come if we don’t take action. Unfortunately addressing climate change is often framed as a painful trade off between the economy and the environment. But …