Quantum Biopower unveils the state’s first food-to-energy facilityPosted November 25, 2016
Southington is now home to Connecticut’s first food waste-to-renewable-energy facility, bringing cutting edge technology and a new spin on recycling.
Connecticut’s first food waste biogas plant nears finishPosted November 25, 2016
A Connecticut biogas plant is nearing the finish line and will start up by the end of the year, according to Brian Paganini, vice president of Quantum Biopower.
New facility will further Yale’s composting effortsPosted November 18, 2016
On Tuesday, Yale representatives attended a ribbon cutting ceremony dedicated to Quantum Biopower, Connecticut’s first food waste-to-energy facility in Southington. Beginning operations at the start of 2017, the new facility will help the University expand its composting efforts and further its sustainability goals.