Imagine if every ship, plane, train, truck, bus, car, and tractor that transports you and the products you consume reduced your carbon footprint and actually gave back to the environment.
No imagination necessary. AWS makes this concept a reality.
With great anticipation as the sun was setting on April 27, 2015, Ag Waste Solutions (AWS) made history. Here in the AWS barn at Scott Brothers Dairy Farms, we successfully produced the first ever no sulfur diesel fuel made from dairy manure on a working dairy farm. ... read more
Luis Laracuente, USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Conservation Engineer for California, along with other NRCS representatives, visited the Ag Waste Solutions project site at Scott Brothers Dairy Farms on February 5, 2015. Steve McCorkle, Bruce Scott and Michael Bagtang are shown here hosting a tour of the system for Mr. Laracuente (fourth from the right) and the other NRCS visitors. ... read more
AWS welcomes Michael Bagtang to the team as our first Project Engineer! Michael is a graduate of the University of California Riverside, graduating with a B.S. in Environmental Engineering with a Chemical Engineering focus. ... read more
A group of experts from the Spanish Government, headed by Miquel Molins, the Director General of Agriculture and Livestock for the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries, Food and the Environment visited California in mid-November. The purpose of the visit was to better understand the environmental regulations ... read more
1. The AWS system reduces substantially more greenhouse gas emissions from dairy farming... 2. The replacement of petroleum diesel fuel usage with AWS’ almost zero sulfur diesel fuel produced... 3. When the AWS solid fertilizer by-product is added to soils, it acts as a CO2 sequestration tool... 4.. The combined impact of points 1, 2 and 3 can produce a negative carbon footprint... ... read more