The Commissioner of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP).
Fairfield County Look – Apr. 5, 2023
Environmental challenge meets economic solution – Bright Feeds. Meet the Bright Feeds superstar executive team of CEO – Jonathan Fife, President & COO – Tim Rassias, CGO – Laxmi Wordham, and Chairman of the Board, Greenwich local, Scott Kalb.
Patch News – Mar. 16, 2023
Bright Feeds takes food scraps or unused food from all sorts of sources-municipal recycling efforts, eateries and large food operations-grinds it down, processes it and resells it as high-quality nutritious animal feed.
NBC Connecticut – Mar. 15, 2023
“Why would we want to be sending our valuable food scraps, paying a premium to ship it to Pennsylvania when we could divert that material right here to Berlin, Southington?” said DEEP Commissioner Katie Dykes.
Harvard Innovation Labs – Mar. 7, 2023
The Harvard Innovation Labs has selected 23 ventures to join the third annual Harvard Climate Entrepreneurs Circle, an incubation program for high-potential ventures working to address climate change.
News Wire – Nov 3, 2022
Licensed for 450 tons of food waste per day, Bright Feeds’ inaugural plant converts unwanted food into animal feed—reducing greenhouse gas emissions and saving companies and municipalities money….
Hartford Courant – Nov 3, 2022
Inside Bright Feeds’ new 25,000-square-foot Berlin plant, pallet loads of past-expiration pies, sacks of bad potatoes and trays of spoiled popcorn in individual bags ….
Hartford Business – Oct 31, 2022
A new plant is up and running in Berlin, the first in Connecticut that processes food waste into animal feed.
Bright Feeds, a New England-based green technology company with offices in Worcester, Mass., opened its Berlin …..