A Vision for Doing Good

We deploy advanced anaerobic digestion (AD) technology, an economically viable and sustainable alternative to land application and incineration. 

The transformation of organic materials into renewable energy and compost will empower Hall County and Gainesville to protect the outdoor regional recreation industry that thrives here.   

Anaerobic Digestion is the next evolution in the innovation that has made this area the Poultry Capital of the World.  We aim to protect that legacy by working with the community to clean the air, the water, and to create healthy living soils.  

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Our Mission

Our mission in Gainesville is to establish an advanced facility committed to protecting traditional lifestyles, contributing to the creation of nutrient-rich soil, and forging new prospects for the poultry industry, farmers, businesses and consumers across Hall County.

Our industrial-sized, fully enclosed anaerobic digestion sites have the potential to propel the community significantly toward a sustainable food system and climate change mitigation.

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What to Expect

600,000 mmBTU/year (RNG) Renewable Natural Gas -Used for Electric, Heat, Hot Water and fleet vehicles

200,000 tons/year of solid & liquid organics and packaged, expired food, away from landfills and incinerators and land application

24,000 tons/year for healthy soil blending. This will make great compost and enrich soils for farmers and gardeners.

  • Eliminate odors associated with land application
  • Reduce runoff into Georgia’s waterways
  • Supply energy to the local community
  • Re-purpose organics into environmentally-friendly soil amendments
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Market Share in Italy & France

The Gainesville Bioenergy Center will sequester the Carbon equivalent to an area of 393 Acres of US forests

Using organics that would otherwise go to landfills and incinerators, we will stop 54,563 Tons of CO2 emissions.

The amount of clean energy produced by the Georgia Bioenergy Center will be enough to power 13,649 homes per year.

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