Although not many waste operations are currently co-locating AD and compost, some are looking into it, recognizing the potential benefits.
The Dublin, Ireland-based company is opening distribution channels for its “waterless” digester system in the North and South American markets.
Energy Vision honored business and government leaders and alternative energy advocates who are helping speed adoption of renewable natural gas made from organic waste.
Organic waste will be converted to biogas at the company’s anaerobic digestion plant, and then the gas will be further refined and distributed through SoCalGas’s pipeline.
The facility will accept large-scale shipments of organic waste from food manufacturers, schools and grocery stores.
Study demonstrates how BioHiTech’s aerobic digester technology can reduce the global warming impact of food waste disposal.
Waste360 40 Under 40 award recipient John Dannan discusses how he has applied his background in finance to drive Generate Capital’s strategic investments in organic waste.
RNG Energy Solutions is slated to build an anaerobic digester to produce natural gas from food scraps that will fuel buses and trucks.
Hennepin County is on the hunt for an entity that could process at least 25,000 tons of organic waste a year via anaerobic digestion.