What comes out of a brewery as waste is arguably just as important as the stuff that comes out as drinkable beer. Wastewater is a huge issue for every brewery, certainly in California.
Innovation research investment recipient unveils advanced bioelectric technology.
The prolonged California drought is forcing businesses and farms across the state to rethink the risks associated with existing water-sourcing strategies, including how to make better use of wastewater.
Wastewater technology is a crowded field, but this startup has an edge: Its cleanup process yields electricity.
This is America and we love our beer. But along with all the hoppy goodness comes leftover wastewater.
The Bear Republic Brewing Company in Sonoma County, California has installed a water treatment system that generates clean water and energy and significantly reduces the brewery’s carbon footprint.
Bear Republic Brewery Turns Wastewater Into an Energy Asset with Cambrian Innovation’s EcoVolt System
Bear Republic Brewery in Cloverdale, Calif., recently installed Cambrian Innovation's EcoVolt system to turn wastewater into energy to power its beer-making operation.
As drought worsens in the western US, Cambrian Innovations aims to reduce water consumption and cost while making energy
People have long known there is energy in wastewater; extracting it economically is the problem. Startup Cambrian Innovation claims its technology can do it and a brewery and a winery are now using it to clean their wastewater while producing energy.
Cambrian Innovation Founder and CEO Matt Silver discusses the use of space tech to conserve water on earth. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West."