Microsoft Campus Digester
Microsoft has a 40 ton per year HORSE on their Redmond WA campus at the main Catering Center. The campus has 40 cafes to serve nearly 60,000 associates populating the sprawling city within a city. Microsoft has announced it is moving toward becoming ‘carbon negative’ by 2030, and we are excited to part of this goal.
Imagine driving to work today on energy produced by last night’s food scraps! It’s Back to the Future! Fremont Brewing Company hosted this 25 ton per year HORSE with support from the City of Seattle. This is a good primer showing food inputs, and charging electric vehicles and generating probiotic liquid plant food.
HORSE and Cart Concept
This video short shows a rechargeable e-trike that is a micro pickup truck/tricycle for local collection of food waste and local delivery of probiotic plant food to urban gardeners and farmers. The e-trike is powered by renewable energy generated by the HORSE digester.
Vashon Bioenergy Farm
Imagine a NAUTILUS that is 60 times larger than a HORSE. This explains in all. The NAUTILUS is our largest microdigester capable of recycling up to 1,500 tons per year. The Vashon Bioenergy Farm is offering ORNG (Organic Renewable Natural Gas) tank exchange services for the first time on Vashon-Maury Island, Washington. These propane-style fuel cylinders can be used for entertainment, recreation, work, play, and outdoor cooking.
Ribbon Cutting Vashon Project
This is the launch event of the NAUTILUS technology explaining the concept and benefits if distributed bioenergy. Rarely does an opportunity come along that can positively touch on energy, water, air, soil, food, jobs, and education simultaneously. This one does!