EAE – Exeter Agri-Energy

EAE worked closely with two partners to bring this anaerobic digestion system online:


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Figuratively speaking, anyway. It became very clear in recent months that EAE needed additional storage space for the liquid food waste residuals that arrive at our facility on a daily basis. Turns out our food waste campaign is working! As part of the original…

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More food waste press in Massachusetts

This article from Lexington, Massachusetts crossed our paths late last week and we couldn’t help but think….we told you so. Well, our partners at Biogas Energy Partners did, anyway. We’ve been talking to anyone who will listen about why Exeter Agri-Energy is a great outlet for food waste…

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UMaine food waste group visits EAE

                It’s not always easy to fit tours into the busy schedule at the EAE facility but when we were contacted by Mark Hutchinson, University of Maine Cooperative Extension Professor and resident composting guru, we could hardly turn…

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Can it really be done?

A recent Science Blog entry popped up in my Google Alerts this week and I couldn’t help but take notice. “The world can be powered by alternative energy in 20-40 years, Stanford researcher says,” details the work of two California-based researchers who assert that more…

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IN THE NEWS – EAE back on TV

It’s been a while since Exeter Agri-Energy was in the news, but it’s great to see that folks are still interested in our innovative project! Last month, a crew from WMTW News 8 made a trip to Exeter to shoot a story about the…

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CLOSE UP: Intern Michael Boerman

There never seem to be quite enough hands on deck at the EAE plant so this summer we decided to bring on a skilled intern to help – he’s been at the EAE plant for a few weeks and we wish he were staying…

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Friendly Reminder – we take food waste!

Though Exeter Agri-Energy has remained largely silent about the conversation surrounding food waste, the company that developed the project, Biogas Energy Partners, has been blogging about the topic for almost a year now.  Exeter Agri-Energy was recently mentioned in a Bangor Daily News article…

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CLOSE-UP: Farmers to see different kind of green thumb

Nobody knows more about growing good things than a farmer. That’s why Exeter Agri-Energy is so pleased to be a leader in one of this country’s newest growth industries, anaerobic digestion, and…to be hosting an Open House this Friday, along with Stonyvale Farm and…

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