Impact Bioenergy’s distributed bioenergy solutions reduce energy & disposal costs by generating energy from adjacent organic waste streams. Our prefabricated bioenergy units are uniquely engineered and sized to allow organizations and communities to practice onsite bioenergy food waste diversion, thus substantially reducing multiple costs and generating a faster ROI than wind or solar.
Impact Bioenergy™ develops and manufactures bioenergy products that allow communities and commercial food waste generators to lessen their environmental footprint and conserve local soil resources, while also reducing their waste disposal and energy costs.
Impact Bioenergy™ is an experienced team of professionals with a singular focus: create a community of bioenergy customers who operate as part of an open-source network of small, decentralized facilities wherever high operating costs, environmental principles, or social principles are moving customers away from disposal. We build engineered products and provide the necessary support services to our customers to make new resources from organic materials. We make bioenergy systems happen quickly and cost-effectively. Our team has millions of tons of organic material diversion experience, and deep credentials in communication, technology sharing, new facility development, and team collaboration. Our core values and competency in biomethane, composting, soil manufacturing, gasification, and operations are specifically designed to make our customers successful and sustainable in the new environment of zero waste, distributed energy, renewable energy, and farm-to-table food supply.
We are defined by what we do rather than what we say. This will demonstrate what we stand for, what we believe, and why we do what we do. Our promise is to design with economics, environment, and society in mind. Ask us for our operating precepts to learn more about how we live our company culture.
Contact us with your need, challenge, or problem statement. We have tools and technologies that are innovative and beyond the commodity solutions in the typical marketplace today. In the area of organic materials management we can extract the most value and view the materials as a resource rather than a waste material.
We deliver energy independence and waste minimization solutions. We are in the service business which includes consulting, design, operational audits and troubleshooting, operational support, and design-build of community-scale facilities. We can add value in each of these areas.
We are primarily focused on cost-efficiency, quick deployment, zero waste and waste diversion, distributed and on-site energy production, and improving the triple-bottom line. Our business is biomimicry in every sense of the word by using natural systems. We can provide LEED based systems, Living-Building Challenge solutions, B-Corp solutions, and solutions that address quadruple-bottom line objectives.
Impact Bioenergy™ can operate autonomously or as a project delivery partner for new or existing teams and projects. We are well positioned to deliver 5-10 year ROI (Return on Investment) for onsite renewable energy, energy efficiency, and for waste minimization and diversion. Our approach aligns closely with ESPC (Energy Service Performance Contract) models and compares well against other energy solutions. Within the ESPC context
– We can generate more value and revenue from existing facilities.
– We can win new efficiencies by bringing in a new core competency.
Feasibility reporting usually includes a comprehensive audit of all waste and recycling costs, volumes, their energy potential, GHG (greenhouse gas) reduction opportunities, electrical costs with potential for bioenergy offsets, heating costs with potential for bioenergy offsets, vehicle fuel costs with potential for bioenergy offsets, waste transportation costs and opportunities for savings, and private-label food supplier waste stream waste stream and disposal diversion opportunities. The approach will be to simultaneously focus on economic Return on Investment, Environmental Benefits, Social Benefits, and progress toward a more sustainable future.
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