Global Waste Management Symposium (GWMS) 2018 kicks off today at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, Calif., and runs through Wednesday, February 14.
The new facility, which will be operated by Toyo Energy, will utilize Anaergia Inc.’s advanced solid waste processing and wastewater treatment equipment.
With the help of industry experts, Waste360 highlights the top eight technology trends for 2018.
Low-solids systems typically can handle five to 10 percent of solids in feedstock, while high-solids systems can handle up to 35 percent solids,
CCI is introducing the microdigester to food manufacturers, distributors, farms, a university and even office buildings.
This facility is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions up to 220,000 metric tons of CO2 each year.
Quantum’s facility will process 40,000 tons/year of food waste through anaerobic digestion.
West Hartford is partnering with waste-to-energy project developer Quantum BioPower, Covanta and a local hauler to see how the 15-week program involving 130 residents plays out.
Hilda Solis claims the city failed to connect with residents in her district about Glendale Water & Power’s proposed plan to build a green waste, electricity-generating plant at the landfill.