BioCycle July 2012, Vol. 53, No. 7, p. 4
Over the course of one year, BioCycle publishes at least 130 articles and columns, and hundreds of news items related to composting, anaerobic digestion, compost and biogas utilization, green infrastructure, community sustainability initiatives, industry developments, national and global trends and the latest equipment and systems to manage organic waste streams. As a subscriber to BioCycle, all of this information is at your fingertips in our online archives at www.biocycle.net. Our online archives include every issue of BioCycle since January 2004. So let’s do the math. That is 8.5 years, or well over 1,000 articles and close to 2,500 news items! At your fingertips!
We upgraded our website earlier this year, and the new platform showcases our extensive online content and photos. It is designed to keep you informed of breaking news and give you instant access to articles in the current issue as well as from our robust archives.
If you haven’t “signed up” on our website yet, sign in now. Go to www.biocycle.net. Click on “Sign Up” (blue button, upper right). Note: Online access to all articles published in BioCycle (article archives) requires an active paid subscription to BioCycle. (If you are currently receiving BioCycle on a trial basis, and have not paid a subscription fee, please click on “Subscribe” now to get full online subscriber privileges.)
To sign up, simply complete four fields:
• BioCycle Subscriber ID Number (on your mailing label)
Once you are in, just type what you are looking for in the “Search BioCycle Magazine” window. It can be a key word (or words), author’s name, location, equipment manufacturer, facility, etc. Search, research and network without pulling your old issues out of a box and paging through, scrambling to find that article from five years ago on “you name it.” If you have any trouble logging in, or can’t locate your ID number, just write us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We will guide you in, as well as help you with your search. And when you return to www.biocycle.net, simply “login.”
But wait. There’s more. By signing up, you also become a member of the BioCycle online community, with privileges to comment on articles and interact with other readers. And the more of you who join in, the more we can network and learn from each other, ultimately growing our community’s reach and impact.
So here’s the bottom line. Use us! Put BioCycle.net to work for you.