The Federal Bureau Of Prisons Puts An End To Hauling Food Waste With BioHitech America's Eco-Safe Digester

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The United States Federal Government reduces solid waste hauling to support their environmental initiatives, locks down big savings and creates hundreds of “green” jobs with the Eco-Safe Digester.

Eco-Safe Digester

The United States Federal Government inks a deal with VetUS (dba) to deploy seventy-six (76) BioHitech Eco-Safe Digesters stateside before the end of January 2013. Seventy-six federally purchased units set for deployment in 120 days in addition to the numerous machines installed this year to hotels, supermarkets and restaurants helps BioHitech America achieve their 2012 goals in helping businesses to reduce pollution, reuse their resources and help reclaim landfill space.

The US Government didn’t waste much time making their intentions very clear, food waste will no longer be hauled to landfills. In a letter posted by the US Department of Justice to the regional food service administrators within the Federal Bureau of Prisons they state “the addition of this equipment will support our environmental initiatives by reducing solid waste hauling and land-fill use which will in turn reduce fuel and emissions as well as odor and pest issues associated with outside containers.”

This bold move will better the environment by diverting more than 50 million pounds of food waste in one year. The training of inmates on the use of the Eco-Safe Digester platform will not only create temporary jobs during periods of incarceration but will also educate them in a growing profession for later use. The digesters will deliver measurable cost savings at each facility, resultantly freeing up valuable capital that can be re-purposed for other projects. The Eco-Safe Digester is a triple threat and delivers a triple bottom line. Planet, People, Profit.

Putting food waste into the digester eliminates the local trucking of heavy, soggy trash, and keeps it from ending up in landfills, where it decomposes and produces methane, a greenhouse gas 21 times more potent than carbon dioxide. Food waste digesters allow food to be rapidly decomposed and safely flushed down the drain to the wastewater system which is designed to convert the waste into clean water, beneficial biogas energy, and fertilizer.

VetUS, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business, in partnership with BioHitech America, looks to help the government further their economic, environmental and veteran goals by making the same commitment for 2013.

BioHitech America, LLC is an industry leader in comprehensive organic waste disposal. As a privately held small business, they strive to put customers first by delivering superior service and excellent products without compromising the integrity of the environment. They have the exclusive rights to market The Eco-Safe Digester proprietary organic waste decomposition system globally. For more information, visit http://www.biohitech.com or contact Lisa Giovannielli at lgiovannielli(at)biohitech.com, 888-876-9300.

REG Products d/b/a VetUS LLC a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business has been putting Veterans back to work since 2007. VetUS, specializes in Veteran Initiatives by recruiting and placing Senior/Junior Military Officers, as well as Non-Commissioned Officers, into a variety of civilian industries and positions, both for internal contracts and outside organizations. VetUS and its’ partners also provide the perfect solution for making your commercial property or residence more environmentally friendly. For more information, visit http://www.putourvetstowork.com or contact Garrett Luebker at garrett(at)vetusllc.com, 904-477-3523.

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