Edible Garden deploys grant-funded technology from BRISEA
Edible Garden AG Inc., a leader in controlled environment agriculture, locally grown, organic and sustainable produce and products, announced a partnership with high-tech firm BRISEA Group Inc. to deploy BRISEA’s nanobubble generator demo unit at the Company’s Belvidere, New Jersey facility.
Mr. Jim Kras, chief executive officer of Edible Garden, said, “We are pleased to partner with BRISEA Group Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end prototyping services for environmental applications including water, air, and solid waste treatment, which was granted approval by the NJEDA for the Demo Project Grant as part of the recently funded NJEDA CSIT Pilot Clean Tech Demonstration Grant Program, for a two-year nanobubble generator demonstration and evaluation, a major milestone in the study of nanobubble technology. The deployment of the agricultural nanobubble generator unit at our Belvidere, New Jersey facility aims to demonstrate both the capabilities and the potential impact of the innovative technology. Additionally, we are confident that this collaboration will generate valuable data that can be effectively integrated with our ongoing partnership involving NJIT, the USDA, and the EPA examining the effects of nanobubble technology on the safety of fresh produce and the enhancement of processing methods.”
Likun Hua, Ph.D.., director of technology validation and prototype department at BRISEA Group, Inc. said, “Edible Garden’s expertise will be invaluable in the next phase of this project, and we are excited to work closely with them to make the project a resounding success. We believe this collaboration holds immense promise for revolutionizing green agriculture practices, and we are eager to showcase the potential benefits.”