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Brewcovery: Recovering Value from Food Service and Brewery Wastes. "Waste is but a resource misued"

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location La France, SC, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded March 2012
  • Employees 2
  • Website

Company Summary

Brewcovery exists to convert bio-related waste into value added products- creating economic opportunities for industry players while enhancing the environment of our communities. Via Brewcovery, local sources of pre- and post-consumer food wastes, spent brewers grain, hop slurries, and yeast slurries are converted into sustainable animal feeds, soil ammendments, and clean burning domestic renewable fuels.


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    C David Thornton
    Graduate Student

    David is a biofuels research associate and graduate student in Biosystems Engineering and Brewcovery CEO. As former department head of Piedmont Biofuels Design Build Division, Thornton has commissioned more than 20 biofuels facilities and consulted on more than 100 projects world-wide.

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    Charles Alex Pellett
    Graduate Student

    Alex is a graduate student in Sustainable Agriculture and Biosystems Engineering, conducting research in anaerobic digestion and Brewcovery COO. He served in the Peace Corps from 2009-2012 in Equador.

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    Holly Garrett

    Holly completed her MS in Environmental Engineering and Earth Science in May 2012 and is currently the Program Assistant for Sustainable Agriculture and Organic Farm Programs at Clemson University and Brewcovery CFO. Her areas of expertise include sustainable system design and environmental assessment. Her background is in Chemistry and specifically biodiesel production from spent vegetable oils at Clemson University and the City of Clemson.

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    Terry Walker

    Terry Walker, PhD, serves as consultant and advisor for Brewcovery with expertise in biofuels, nutraceuticals, and renewable energy.


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    Scott Weckstein