Boston, Massachusetts, May 22, 2023 — McapMediaWire — Feed Earth Now, Inc., a subsidiary of Digital Utilities Ventures, Inc. (OTC: DUTV) in escrow, announces its revolutionary food waste recycling system that utilizes acidic fermentation to create the highest value end product of any other food waste recycling system. FEN’s decentralized industrial-scale food waste recycling system is designed to reduce food waste and create a sustainable system that benefits both the environment and agriculture.
- Cuts the speed of composting to a fraction of normal time needed
- Reduces greenhouse gases including methane by reducing landfill accumulation
- Cuts food waste removal expenses & creates new revenue
- Reduces the unpleasant smell of conventional composting
FEN has been testing its end product, Terreplenish, on more than 100 plant varieties in different soil types for more than 10 years in Illinois. Recently, FEN has partnered with Easy Energy Systems to modularize its system into the size of a transportable shipping container, creating the Easy FEN module, which can convert 25+ tons of food waste each day.
Terreplenish is a safe and effective consortium of beneficial nitrogen that protects plants against disease while restoring the soil’s water holding capacity, reducing irrigation demands. It has received multiple certifications, including being OMRI listed, USDA-certified as a 97% biobased soil product, and approved by CFDA as an organic product for soil in California.
Feed Earth Now’s plan is to collaborate with grocery store chains, existing food waste recyclers, and other large waste generators throughout California to create plug-and-play circular economies that keep methane-producing organics out of landfills while supporting nitrogen needs for organic and conventional farms, coops, golf courses, and city green spaces.
“We are excited to bring our decentralized industrial-scale food waste recycling system to California. Our vision is to reduce food waste and create a sustainable system that benefits both the environment and agriculture,” said FEN’s CEO Cathy Scratch. “By collaborating with large waste generators, we aim to create circular economies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, fight climate change, and support sustainable agriculture.”
FEN’s innovative system is a step forward in reducing food waste and creating sustainable and true regenerative agriculture. FEN’s end product, Terreplenish, is a game-changer in the industry and has the potential to revolutionize the way we think about food waste recycling.
For more information about FEN, EES and their revolutionary food waste recycling system EasyFen®, please visit: www.terreplenish.com and www.easyenergysystems.com
Contact: Mike Bowden – California Representative Murrieta, CA
(951) 390-4224 email@example.com
“Recycling food waste is a benevolent way of feeding the world, preserving resources, protecting the environment, and sustaining our planet.” – Bill Bliler, Easy Energy Systems
About Easy Energy Systems, Inc.:
Easy Energy Systems, Inc. is working to become a formidable presence in the green solutions marketplace. We have identified strategic opportunities for acquisitions and joint ventures that will allow us to capitalize on existing and emerging opportunities in this industry. Consumers understand the significance of progressing from conventional assets to inexhaustible sources that produce no ozone harming greenhouse gas emissions from petroleum by-products and lessen air contaminants. Enhancing green solutions such as in energy supply and lessening reliance on imported fuels will assist with economic development by increasing occupations in manufacturing, assembling, and more.
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