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Could Renewable Natural Gas Be the Next Big Thing in Green Energy?

“The history of the investment tax credit and the production tax credit to incent energy exploration is longstanding. They did it for oil and gas. It’s been hugely successful in wind and solar. It’s time that anaerobic digestion gets its chance to have that same help,” - John Hanselman, CEO Vanguard Renewables.

Federal bill could restore biogas tax credits, bolster organics infrastructure

“The history of the investment tax credit and the production tax credit to incent energy exploration is longstanding. They did it for oil and gas. It’s been hugely successful in wind and solar. It’s time that anaerobic digestion gets its chance to have that same help,” - John Hanselman, CEO Vanguard Renewables.

Pioneering Food Waste Recycling – Episode 16: A conversation with John Hanselman, CEO of Vanguard Renewables.

CEO John Hanselman featured on the Nothing Wasted podcast today. Learn about how food waste recycling gives back to food waste producers, haulers, and the environment. Take a listen!

College Campuses Implement Waste Reduction Measures

To improve their carbon footprints, many higher education institutions have implemented measures for reducing waste in their sustainability plans.

Low Carbon Fuel Standard is a success in California and soon will be rolled out in the Northeast.

Low Carbon Fuel Standard is a success in California and soon will be rolled out in the Northeast.

Food Waste Collection and Recycling Provides Haulers with New Destinations for Organics and Financial Benefits

The benefits of food waste collection and recycling using Farm Powered Anaerobic Digestion featured in the May issue of Waste Advantage magazine.

It’s Only Waste If You Waste It: Turning Food Waste into Brand and Bottom Line Value

Food Industry Executive article by Vanguard CEO John Hanselman about how recycling food waste builds brand and bottom line value. The article features two of Vanguard's Farm Powered Partners - Cabot Creamery and Gorton's Seafood.

The state’s ban on food waste lacks teeth, critics say

Much of the food waste in Massachusetts is still not being recycled as outlined in the Commonwealth’s organic waste ban. There are a number of success stories such as Whole Foods, which recycles the organic waste from 17 of the company’s 32 Massachusetts stores.

New Study Shows Employees Seek and Stay Local to Greener Companies

Nearly 70% of respondents say that a strong sustainability plan would affect their decision to stay with a company long term. In fact, about 30% have left a company due to its lack of a corporate sustainability agenda and over 11% have done so more than once.