Vanguard Renewables advanced Organics Recycling Facility depackages and processes expired goods, off-spec batches, or unsafe to eat food and beverage products. The extracted food is transported and recycled at a Massachusetts Farm Powered anaerobic digester, where it is combined with farm waste and converted into renewable energy.
Many dairy farms have successfully tackled the question of how to find additional revenue streams when other family members want to join the business. Some operations add cows, others expand their land base, and a growing number take the leap into dairy product processing.
If food waste were a nation, it would be the third-largest greenhouse gas emitter behind China and the United States, says John Hanselman, founder and CEO of Vanguard Renewables.
New codigestion facility in Salisbury, Vermont — result of a partnership between a dairy, project developer, college and natural gas utility — to improve nutrient management and supply RNG.
Following in the footsteps of the previous generations, Chase and Danielle Goodrich’s drive to outline the farm’s sustainability pillars of environment, economics and society underscores why they were recently recognized as one of the U.S. Dairy 2021 Sustainability Winners.
WDEV: Vermont Viewpoint with Ric Cengeri Interviews John Hanselman of Vanguard Renewables and Jack Byrne of Middlebury College
Vanguard Renewables, a U.S. leader in renewable natural gas, is saddened to announce today that Joel Gay, the company’s recently appointed President and Chief Executive Officer, passed away unexpectedly on July 18, 2021.
VPR - Goodrich Family Farm in Salisbury is now home to the largest anaerobic digester in the Northeast. Several dozen people, including Gov. Phil Scott, gathered at the dairy farm Wednesday to celebrate. So how exactly does the digester work?
WCAX: The largest anaerobic digester in New England is now in Vermont. It uses cow manure and food waste to make energy. And it’s not just being used by the farm, it’s helping the community.
My Champlain Valley News report: A Vermont farm is now home to the largest machine in the Northeast that breaks down waste and turns it into renewable energy.