Nov. 21, 2018

UGARF is being honored for the EvaKuula, their biogas-powered evaporative milk cooler. AE50 awards have been encouraging and applauding engineering achievements since 1984. Entries are evaluated by a blue-ribbon, international panel of industry experts in technology, design, and product development.

Aug. 5, 2015

The University of Georgia’s William Kisaalita discussed the challenges of developing a reliable cold chain in Uganda in a recent article on NPR’s The Salt, “Why You Shouldn’t Take Your Milk’s 3-Week Shelf Life for Granted”

William Kisaalita on Winning a 2013 Powering Agriculture Award
Jun. 26, 2014

William Kisaalita of the University of Georgia Research Foundation discusses their refrigeration unit powered on biogas extracted from cow manure. Reusable zeolite plates capture water vapor from the evaporative milk chilling process.

Feb. 3, 2014

A University of Georgia engineer has received $1 million to continue working on a milk cooler designed to help dairy farmers, particularly those in sub-Saharan Africa, who lack access to refrigeration, according to a news release from the university.

Jan. 9, 2014

Getting milk from cow to customer is straightforward: milk the cows, collect the milk, transport it to a processor, package it and distribute it for sale. But in developing countries, the process breaks at its earliest stages, depriving people of valuable nutrition and food security.