Greenbelt Resources Finalist in the Food Waste Start-Up Challenge at Global Sustainability Summit – August 19, Denver

Company to Also Picked to Exhibit in the Food Waste Innovation Zone

PASO ROBLES, CA August 18, 2015 Greenbelt Resources Corporation (OTC: GRCO) an innovator of sustainable energy production systems, today announced that it has been selected to compete in the Food Waste Start-Up Challenge hosted by the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and in partnership with the USDA during the Global Sustainability Summit.  The Summit will be held in Denver at the Sheraton Denver Downtown from August 19-21, 2015.

“I’m honored that Greenbelt was chosen for this opportunity to discuss our award winning technology and its potential to positively impact the world,” said Darren Eng, CEO of Greenbelt Resources. “We see strong opportunities to collaborate with the food and beverage industry to further their sustainability goals.” added Eng.

Additionally, Greenbelt Resources will be exhibiting at the Food Waste Innovation Zone.  The FMI/GMA Global Sustainability Summit is partnering with the USDA and entrepreneurs who are developing new approaches for preventing or recycling food waste or recovering food for those in need.  Here, Greenbelt Resources will present its innovative model of recycling food waste to create animal feed, fertilizer, filtered water and energy.

To schedule a meeting with Greenbelt during the Global Sustainability Summit, email

About Greenbelt Resources Corporation

Greenbelt Resources Corporation™ is an award-winning provider of sustainable energy production systems focused on delivering modular solutions that enable the localized processing of locally generated waste into locally consumed products. The Company designs, develops and implements technology that makes the production of advanced biofuel reliable, practical and efficient. Controlled by proprietary automated controls, the Company’s small-scale, end-to-end modular systems convert food, beverage and other cellulosic wastes into commercially viable advanced biofuels (bio-ethanol), animal feed, fertilizer and filtered water. For more information visit: