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."
Bear Republic Brewing Company, maker of Racer 5, has installed an on-site water-saving treatment system and paid for the digging of two new wells in Cloverdale, Calif.
I am convinced that with the way water is being managed, we will run out of water long before we run out of fuel. – Peter Brabeck Letmathe, Chairman of Nestle.
Bear Republic Brewing Company is tackling drought conditions with ingenuity, said to be the first brewery to try a new water-cleaning, energy-producing system developed for the U.S military.
We all knew it, didn’t we? That the world’s salvation might at least partially be found in that most ancient and beloved of humanity’s discoveries: beer and fermentation.
Cambrian Innovation, a water and bioenergy technology provider, and Bear Republic Brewing Company Inc., known for its high revving IPAs and environmental stewardship, has announced the unveiling of an EcoVolt water treatment system at Bear Republic’s brewery in Cloverdale, Calif.
The Sonoma County Winegrape Commission, also known as Sonoma County Winegrowers (SCW), announced this week that by 2019, consumers will be able to purchase any Sonoma County wine confident that it was grown and made in the nation’s first 100 percent sustainable county.
The world's first and only industrial-scale, bioelectrically-enhanced wastewater treatment and reuse system was recently installed at a major California brewery.