08 Apr '12, 9am

Sowing seeds, reaping energy with Harvest Power

Nature of Business radio, created and hosted by Chrissy Coughlin, is a weekly show on business and environment. If you are interested in learning more about organics management, its growing role in the renewable energy field, particularly in North America, as well as compost and how they are all intertwined, give a listen to my conversation this week with Paul Sellew, CEO of Harvest Power . We spoke of how Harvest Power is blazing the trail in creating a viable renewable energy option fed by leaves, grass, brush, and food leftovers (think pizza crusts) and is focusing on community in the process. Harvest Power is a clean technology company based in Waltham, MA whose vision is to put organic materials to their highest and best use and redistribute the resources back into society in useable forms of renewable energy and high-quality soil products. They are also very importan...

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