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Karl Strauss and GreenHouse Partner to Create Alternative Fuel from Beer Waste
Date:7/16/2009

GreenHouse is teaming-up with beer pioneer Karl Strauss Brewing Company to convert spent beer yeast into ethanol fuel for California residents and businesses alike.

San Diego, CA (Vocus) July 16, 2009 -- GreenHouse is teaming-up with beer pioneer Karl Strauss Brewing Company to convert spent beer yeast into ethanol fuel for California residents and businesses alike. Today’s news comes on the heels of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s June 4 press conference, where he unveiled the final production model of the revolutionary E-Fuel MicroFuelerTM, a portable ethanol micro-refinery fuel system for consumer use.

Together, the two companies are part of the GreenHouse Developmental Pilot Program, a distribution model being introduced first in Southern California. Within the agreement, award-winning Karl Strauss Brewing Company has signed off on providing 28 tons of spent beer yeast per week. GreenHouse will collect the left-over waste and distribute it throughout California to home and business-owners where, using the E-Fuel MicroFuelerTM, they can safely and efficiently distill their own ethanol.

“One person’s waste can be another’s treasure,” said Chris Ursitti, GreenHouse CEO. “After 20 years of crafting some of the highest quality beers in the region, Karl Strauss has taken an enormous step in creating essential clean energy by providing its waste not just to GreenHouse, but to the entire State of California.”

Karl Strauss first opened its doors to customers in 1989 and now they are opening their backdoor to GreenHouse. Alleviating pressure from landfills, the reusing of brewery waste to create fuel for cars will help in the developing of a cleaner and more sustainable region. Thanks to recent California state legislation, such as the landmark Assembly Bill 32, renewable energy is now regarded as a key characteristic of today&rs
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