Xconomy’s Jeff Engel explores the chicken-and-egg conundrum of communities that want to divert food scraps from landfills yet lack the capacity to do so. Harvest Power’s CEO Christian Kasper provides the path forward “to break that deadlock” and support North America with the infrastructure it needs to recycle organic waste. Read the article.
“Christian Kasper wants your garbage. To be more specific, the new CEO of Waltham-based Harvest Power wants your discarded foods, politely known in the business as organic waste.” by Jon Chesto, Boston Globe. Read the whole enchilada.
Wow. It’s an exciting new chapter at Harvest Power: Today we announced $20 million in fresh funding from our awesome investors, adopted a strategic growth plan for our organics management business, and welcomed Christian G. Kasper as he took the helm as CEO.
In his remarks to the company today, Chris thanked Kathleen Ligocki for her dynamic leadership over the past two years. He then continued, pointing out how half a billion tons of organics are going into the landfill each year. This is a challenge that we, as a country, are starting to address. Harvest Power is at the forefront of this movement, building meaningful traction.