Create Clean Energy with your Food Waste
Be Part of a Greener Future
MyGug is a Food Waste treatment system that fully integrates into a small food business or school setting. It will operate in all weathers and climates from -20 deg C to +40 deg C . It will provide a clean fossil fuel free solution to disposing of food waste and turns that waste into free energy for your use.
The Problem? Food Waste
How it Works!
How it Works!
Perfect choice for
all food waste disposal
How Does it work?
What People Say
MyGug is the perfect solution for food waste disposal and energy creation .. all in one egg-shaped package! Look at what some of our customers have to say …
Sustainable Development Goals
Every weekday at lunchtime, Bandon Grammar School's kitchen buzzes with activity as it serves up at least 1000 covers. At the heart of this culinary whirlwind is Shane Deane, the catering manager. From busy chopping stations to rows of sizzling…
A few years after opening her cafe, Rebecca Scott realised she had a food waste problem. Basically, there was more of it than she’d expected. ‘The business grew much bigger than we anticipated,’ Rebecca shares. ‘We had been doing the…
In today's increasingly eco-conscious world, your customers expect you to do your part to reduce food waste and contribute to a more sustainable future. To help you gauge your efforts, we've put together 11 essential strategies that can help you…
You’re a food business owner who cares about sustainability. So you’re already well aware it’s not a good idea to send food waste to a landfill. But a brown bin might not be the best or most sustainable solution for your food business.
Food biz owners: What if your food waste was an opportunity instead of a problem? What if you didn’t have to outsource the collection of your food waste? What if, instead, you could turn food waste into something that’s immediately…
Imagine you’re in an old landfill, facing a mountain of rubbish. What thoughts would be going through your mind? If you’re Kieran Coffey you’d be thinking ‘there’s got to be a better way.’
Fiona Kelleher and her kids stood looking out the window, watching Fiona’s husband as he worked on something that looked a bit nuts. ‘He had a bucket, a hose, and what looked like a giant egg’ Fiona says.
is supported by co-funding from the Government and the European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020