John Oliver Gives Background of Food Waste in America posted on July 22, 2015
North Andover, MA | John Oliver, the host of HBO's hit show Last Week Tonight, has gained a reputation for drawing attention to relevant issues that are not addressed in mainstream media. During the July 19th episode, Oliver delivered a segment on food waste. As we at Organic Waste Management know first-hand, food waste has become an increasing issue for states and municipalities across the country.
Bluesphere Receives Important Air Emissions Permit for 5.2 MW Waste-to-Energy Project in Charlotte, North Carolina posted on June 2, 2014
EVEN YEHUDA, Israel /PRNewswire/ -- Bluesphere Corp. (OTCBB: BLSP) (the "Company" or "Bluesphere"), a clean energy company that develops, manages and owns waste-to-energy projects, announced today that Mecklenburg County has issued the Company an air emissions permit for its 5.2 MW waste-to-energy project in Charlotte, North Carolina. Obtaining the air emissions permit is a requirement prior to build-out and operations at the plant. The permit signifies that the 5.2 MW waste-to-energy plant meets stringent local, regional and national environmental emissions regulations.
Organic Waste Management releases Shred a Box Confidential Mail-in Document Destruction into Beta posted on May 15, 2014
Organic Waste Management, LLC ("Organic Waste"), a company that focuses on the marketing of waste streams, announced today that they have beta released Shred a Box, an innovative data destruction service focusing on the needs of small businesses and residential markets. Shred a Box, online at https://ShredaBox.com, offers its users the most cost effective and secure shredding service available, which includes a complimentary video of each box being destroyed. Using Organic Waste’s patent-pending process...
Bluesphere Begins North Carolina Waste-to-Energy Project posted on May 12, 2014
Bluesphere Corp., a clean energy company that develops, manages and owns waste-to-energy projects, announced commencement of detailed design and engineering work for its 5.2-MW waste-to-energy project in Charlotte, N.C. This detailed design and engineering work, which is expected to take about two months, is the first stage of project execution, launching the project in full force. This will be followed by work onsite.
Bluesphere Signs Letter of Intent with Organic Waste Management for its 3.2 MW Johnston, Rhode Island Biogas Plant posted on March 13, 2014
EVEN YEHUDA, Israel /PRNewswire/ -- Bluesphere Corp. (OTCBB: BLSP) (the "Company" or "Bluesphere"), a clean energy company that develops, manages and owns waste-to-energy projects, announced today it has a signed a Letter of Intent with Organic Waste Management, LLC, a Massachusetts-based company with over 35 years in the recycling and waste industries ("Organic Waste Management"). Per the terms of the Letter of Intent, Organic Waste Management will supply between 100-200 tons of organic waste per day to Bluesphere's 3.2 MW biogas plant to be constructed later this year in Johnston, Rhode Island. The biogas plant will create electricity from organic waste and renewable resources.