B’gosh, University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh seeks global leadership in biodigester tech
Ag Annex-Tony Kryzanowski | Sep 2014
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, is best known for the clothing line, Oshkosh B’gosh, but the Oshkosh campus of the University of Wisconsin is hoping that it will also become known as a global leader in biodigester technology within the agricultural world. Read more...
Renewable Energy from Waste, August 7, 2014
Providing heat to a campus building is the next project phase for the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s dry fermentation anaerobic biodigester. Click to read full article.
First graduate student to work on-site at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh dry fermentation digester describes feedstock variations and biogas production trends.
Wisconsin's largest dairy opens anaerobic digester
Renewable Energy from Waste (REW), January 17, 2014
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for Rosendale Dairy’s new 1.4 megawatt biodigester on Dec. 11, 2013 attracted 100 visitors. The project included the installation of two complete-mix Coccus anaerobic digestion tanks from Madison, Wis.-based BIOFerm Energy Systems as well as the construction of a hands-on learning laboratory. Read more...
University of Wisconsin to build waste to biogas facility
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (UWO) is to build the first dry fermentation anaerobic bio-digester in the nation, which will convert yard and food waste into biogas. Read more...