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Smithfield Foods to expand manure-to-energy projects

Published by BioMass Magazine
Written by Smithfield Food Inc.

Smithfield Food Inc. is pleased to announce, through the nationwide expansion of Smithfield Renewables, innovative projects designed to help meet its goal to reduce the company’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 25 percent by 2025, which it set in concert with the Environmental Defense Fund. This month marks the one-year anniversary of Smithfield Renewables.

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Smithfield Foods Announces Landmark Investment to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Published by Smithfield Foods, Inc.
Written By Lisa Martin

Global Food Company Expands “Manure-To-Energy” and Other Renewables Projects in North Carolina, Missouri, and Utah

Smithfield Foods, Inc. is pleased to announce, through the nationwide expansion of Smithfield Renewables, innovative projects designed to help meet its goal to reduce the company’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 25 percent by 2025, which it set in concert with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). This month marks the one-year anniversary of Smithfield Renewables.

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Rudi Roeslein Receives Saint Louis University Alumni Merit Award

Rudi Roeslein, founder of Roeslein & Associates and Roeslein Alternative Energy, received the 2018 Saint Louis University Alumni Merit Award. Saint Louis University honors distinguished graduates in recognition of their outstanding achievements, dedication to a chosen profession, and commitment to the mission of the University. The National Alumni Board, Development Division, and SLU leadership from twelve SLU schools and colleges select the winners.

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From pigs to prairie grass: Missouri company seeks new biogas feedstock

Published in Energy News Network
Written by Karen Uhlenhuth

A St. Louis entrepreneur has partnered with an agriculture giant on an experiment that could produce carbon negative renewable biogas.

A St. Louis alternative energy company has started the second phase of an ambitious biogas project in northern Missouri that aims to turn prairie plants from marginal farmland into renewable natural gas.

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Market-Based Solutions Proposed for Endangered Landscapes

Initial 200,000 Acre Grand River Project to Demonstrate Benefits for Environment, Wildlife, and Renewable Energy

Ultimate Goal: 30 Million Acres in 30 Years

St. Louis and Princeton, MO – An unprecedented gathering of business, agriculture, grazing, conservation and government change-agents helped launch a market-based approach to reduce soil erosion and nutrient run-off on endangered landscapes.

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