As a backlog of demanding and varied onsite work will attest, the folks at Maguire Backhoe never back down from a tough job.
By Scottie Dayton | January 2018
For communities with no access to centralized wastewater treatment, finding cost-effective and sustainable solutions is a challenge.
By Allison Blodig | January 1, 2018
Tanks are the backbone of most water and wastewater systems. The versatility and performance of today’s tanks has changed.
By Dennis F. Hallahan | January 10, 2018
Construction of Ward Hill Anaerobic Digester more than halfway complete. Need More info on Article, Need More info on Article, Need More info on Article
By Tim Coco | December 15, 2017
One new industry’s future in Massachusetts could depend on piles of cow manure, an endless stream of food scraps, and some help from the State House.
By Jon Chesto | September 18, 2017
A farm in Haverhill, Massachusetts, is using cow manure to help create energy, heat and electricity. Watch the full story that NBC Boston aired below.
July 5, 2017
A local farm has received the go-ahead to begin turning animal waste into energy — and will save the city an estimated $300,000 as a result.
By Peter Francis | May 4, 2017
Middlebury announced it's contracting with a 2,200-acre farm with 900 cows that plans to turn waste into gas to provide energy.
November 20, 2017
A Salisbury farm will soon be turning on-site cow manure and Addison County food waste into renewable energy.
By John Flowers | November 20, 2017
A $5 million methane digester-power generator was finally showing signs late this week of being fully connected at Bar-Way Farm.
By Richie Davis | December 8, 2017
A high end glamping resort in Costa Rica needed an advanced wastewater system, which had to operate in a sensitive environment.
By Allison Blodig | September 13, 2017
Peter Melnik, a fourth generation dairy farmer, is a firm believer a farm should be economically and environmentally sustainable.
By Doug Rich | June 12, 2017
Jordan Dairy Farms in Rutland, Massachusetts is a six-generation family farm, founded in 1885. The farm is a member of the Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) Cooperative. Operated by brothers Randy and Brian Jordan, the farm has survived despite an extraordinary decline in dairy farm numbers across Massachusetts.
The Vanguard Renewables, Farm Powered Organics to Energy Anaerobic Digester program offers farmers relief from rising energy costs and manure disposal challenges. It also offers food manufacturers, food retailers, and institutions an organic waste ban compliance solution and the opportunity to help a local farm.
Food waste producers have choices when deciding how to comply with organic waste regulations. Choosing Vanguard Renewables Farm Powered Organics to Energy is the choice that solves your food waste challenges and helps sustain a family farm. We safely and cleanly combine excess organic food waste and agricultural waste and process them using anaerobic digestion into Farm Powered renewable energy.