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Please reach out Jamie Nolan for all media inquiries by email at pr@brightmarkenergy.com or by phone at 410-463-9869.

 
In the News

Indiana plant to convert waste plastic into fuel

August 16, 2019 - Newsmax
Chemical engineers will soon be doing something that medieval alchemists could not: Transforming a common byproduct of little merit into a useful resource of tremendous value.

Company with Akron roots will turn unwanted plastics into fuel

August 16, 2019 - Beacon Journal/Ohio.com
A company with Akron roots will soon be using its technology to take plastics that are not recyclable and turn them into fuel.

Dane manure digester purchased by CA-based company to sell biogas

July 26, 2019 - Wisconsin State Journal
A California-based waste and energy company has purchased an anaerobic digester in Dane County that converts manure from dairy farms into biogas, which is considered a more environmentally friendly replacement for natural gas.

Poop power: Livestock byproducts turn into renewable energy

June 18, 2019 - AGDaily.com
If you turned on your light switch today, thank a farmer! That’s the impressive sentiment I felt after touring a poultry processing facility in South Carolina.

Risky municipal bonds are on a hot streak

May 27, 2019 - Wall Street Journal
Funds dealing in high-yield munis have drawn $8 billion as investors search further afield for returns.

New Indiana plant could have your trucks and tractors running on plastic bottles, bags and toys

May 23, 2019 - IndyStar
Cars running on electricity are becoming more and more commonplace on the roads. But what about cars running on plastic from milk cartons, grocery bags, styrofoam cups and even children’s toys?

First commercial scale plastics-to-fuel plant

November 9, 2018 - Bloomberg Environment
In the tiny town of Ashley, Ind., a factory is about to be built that could help change how American companies dispose of plastic waste.

RES Polyflow acquired by major investor

November 9, 2018 - KPC News
Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based renewable energy development company, said today it has acquired a majority interest and invested $10 million in a plastics-to-fuel technology company, RES Polyflow.

Brightmark Energy buys majority stake in plastics-to-fuel company RES Polyflow

November 9, 2018 - PlasticNews.com
Brightmark Energy LLC has taken majority ownership in RES Polyflow LLC, a plastics-to-fuel company that is planning a plant in Ashley, Indiana.

 
Press Releases

Brightmark Energy invests in upstate New York dairy biogas project

September 24, 2019
Project will upgrade Buffalo-area anaerobic digesters from electric to renewable natural gas output, diverting 225,000 gallons of cow manure per day.

 

Brightmark Energy acquires Wisconsin dairy biogas project

July 25, 2019
New project to convert 90,000 gallons of dairy manure per day into transportation fuel and other products.


 

Brightmark Energy breaks ground on nation’s first commercial scale plastics-to-fuel facility in Indiana

May 22, 2019
New circular economy technology transforms plastic waste into transportation fuel and wax; Company plans future sites.

 

Brightmark Energy closes $260m in financing for nation’s first commercial scale plastics- to-fuel plant

April 11, 2019
Brightmark Energy announced the closing of a $260 million financing package for the construction of the nation’s first commercial-scale plastics-to-fuel plant.

 

Brightmark Energy launches Central Washington’s first dairy biogas project

April 5, 2019
Project to convert 150,000 gallons of dairy manure per day into renewable natural gas & other products.

 

Brightmark Energy announces major investment in nation’s first commercial-scale plastics-to-fuel plant

November 9, 2018
New technology offers sustainable use for post-use plastics, diverting from landfills and litter.


Please reach out Jamie Nolan for all media inquiries by email at pr@brightmarkenergy.com or by phone at 410-463-9869.