In the News
Did you read about us in the news? Have you heard us on NPR? Did you watch our TEDx talk? Harvest Power is popping up all over the media as the leader in managing organic waste and providing top quality soil amendments. This page posts a few of our top features and mentions. If you are with the press and are interested in an interview with Harvest Power, please contact Meredith Sorensen, Director of Communications at 206.569.0344.
Blue Earth Compost, “Behold, the Power of Harvest Power Compost!“
Forbes, ”Fertile Opportunity Awaits for Food Waste Processors,” by Heather Clancy.
Techonomy, “A food Waste Reduction Movement Gathers Steam,” by Leslie Pascaud.
ZDNet, “Could food waste power our cities? Biogas plants convert wasted food into electricity, fertilizer and irrigation water, all while cutting down on greenhouse gas emissions,” by Julie Mehta
The Province, “What happens to your scraps? Vancouver’s green bin program reduces garbage heading to landfill by 40 per cent. From food scraps to high-quality soil used to grow more food,” by Cassidy Olivier
CNN Money, “Disney turns food scraps into electricity,” by CNN Money 2014.07.12
Yale Environment 360: On the Front Lines of Recycling, Turning Food Waste into Biogas, by Rachel Cernansky, 2014.06.26.
The Daily Beast, “Will Food Waste Power Your Home?” New Energy Economy 2014.06.16
Renewable Energy From Waste Magazine: Part of the Magic, by Kristin Smith for the May/June 2014 Issue, pp 16-19.
WomenUp: Kathleen Ligocki of Harvest Power Inc., by Keith Regan (subscription required)
Fox, “Magical ride for Disney’s food scraps,” Chris Chmura, FOX 13 Consumer Reporter
Harvest Power Wins American Biogas Council Award; Anaerobic Digester in Central Florida Named “Project of the Year”
- “Harvest Power converting organic biz waste to electricity,” Rachel Williams
- THE BUZZ: “Wonderous Waste: Inside Reedy Creek’s newest power plant,” Jim Carchidi
Huffington Post Canada, “Harvest Power: Turning Your Rotten Food into Energy,” David Dodge 2014.02.17
- SOURCE: Green Energy Futures, Episode 67. Harvest Power: Energy and compost from rotten food