Sustainable technology and services company BioHiTech has announced it has received nearly $1.5m worth of orders for its new food waste digester product.
The largest purchase came from Holland America Line, which paid $700,000 for an order of the Revolution Series food digesters.
Meanwhile, Princess Cruises paid approximately $650,000 to equip three of its ships.
Finally, BioHiTech received another order valued at $90,000 from Australia-based P&O Cruises – the first order from this brand, which is also under the Carnival umbrella.
Tony Fuller, BioHiTech’s chief executive officer, commented: “This is an important milestone for BioHiTech demonstrating our growing relationship with Carnival Corp’s third and fourth brands, Holland America Line and P&O Cruises, while adding to our service of Carnival’s Princess Cruises as well.
“As Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America, Princess, P&O Cruises, and the rest of the Carnival family of brands move toward a resumption of the cruise business, we are pleased to be part of their sustainable food waste management systems and enhanced stewardship over the environment.”
Fuller concluded: “These orders further support BioHiTech’s continued growth and substantive progress in strengthening our position as a leading provider of sustainable food waste disposal solutions.
“We look forward to maintaining the highest levels of product and service quality for our products in supporting our clients’ growing needs, while delivering value creation for our BioHiTech shareholders.”