We are converting enormous waste streams from agriculture and industries into valued products. Read More
Natural freshwater resources are under threat by algae blooms feeding on nutrient runoff worldwide. Read More
World Population Growth clock is ticking, requiring solutions for food, water and energy demands. Read More
The global population is estimated to increase to over 9
billion by 2040 and with that the demand for food, water and energy will grow - requring
GSR’s cutting edge technologies for the conversion of waste into value will serve large existing and emerging market sectors interfacing with nutrients recovery driven by sustainable economic & regulatory market growth in Waste Treatment, Value Products, Feed, Fertilizer, and Fuel, at global scales.
Value added project in progress with stakeholder involvement supported by the United States Department of Agriculture.
Several projects supported by regulatory agencies and partners completed.
GSR Solutions is among 34 teams selected in the global Nutrient Recycling Challenge.
Phase II in progress.
GSR Solutions LLC presented "Vermont Farm to Fly" advanced biofuel effort on State and Local aviation initiatives at the Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative (CAAFI bi-annual meeting) last week on January 29th at Washington DC1/29/2014
The farm is working with GSR Solutions to introduce algae to the liquid waste as a means to both eliminate the harmful byproducts of anaerobic digestion and put them to good use.9/11/2015
Green Mountain Power has an agreement with Burlington-based GSR Solutions to pursue ways to add small refineries of biodiesel and even jet fuel to manure digesters that generate power, said the utility's president and CEO Mary Powell at a news conference at Nordic Farms. Powell said her company is offering GSR technical support, as well as a template for scaling up to larger production.9/03/2015
There are a couple of ways to deal with manure on a farm, including spreading it on crops. But manure can’t always be spread on crops— they don’t always need it, for one thing, and if it’s spread at the wrong moment, rain can carry off a stream of excess nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus. GSR Solutions LLC includes farm technology partnerships like this one among its technology projects.11/17/2016
EPA received 75 concept papers from around the world in Phase I, and selected 34 submissions to continue on to Phase II of the challenge.Read More