Composting

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AD & Biogas

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AD & Biogas, Composting, Facilities, Food Waste

Adding AD To Composting Facility Footprint

New municipal projects in Belgium are putting in high solids anaerobic digesters at their existing composting sites.

Food Waste

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Climate, Food Waste

Model Franchise And Edible Food Recovery Agreements, Organics Ordinances

Draft regulations for California’s SB 1383 Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Reduction Act require that jurisdictions conduct education and outreach on organics recycling to all residents, businesses, haulers, solid waste facilities, and local food banks and other food recovery organizations.

Climate

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Climate, Connections, Markets

Connections: Fire And Soil

What are the impacts of wildfires on soils? Continuation of BioCycle’s Drawdown series explains the effects and the role that organics play in the soil’s recovery.

Climate, Composting, General

Compost Council Of Canada’s Virtual Annual Conference

The 30th Annual Organics Recycling Conference of The Compost Council of Canada (CCC), originally scheduled to be held in Moncton, New Brunswick in late September 2020, has taken on the challenges of COVID and, “just like the composting process itself, taken something that is unwanted and turned it something great.” To be held September 28–October...

Climate, Food Waste, General

Kiss The Ground Movie Premieres On Netflix, Sept. 22

Kiss the Ground, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit, has a mission to “awaken people to the possibilities of regeneration” and inspire participation through media, communications, courses, immersive programming, and advocacy. Established in 2013, Kiss the Ground’s goal has been to create societal awareness around “the extraordinary potential of healthy soil.” And nothing does that better than...

Markets

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Composting, Markets, Policies + Regulations

National Zero Waste Conference Going Virtual In December

The National Recycling Coalition (NRC) and its partners announced the National Zero Waste Conference has been reformatted as a virtual conference, now scheduled for December 1-3, 2020.

Business+Finance, Composting, Markets

New Operator At County Composting Facility In South Carolina

Charleston County’s (SC) Bees Ferry windrow composting facility opened in 1993 to process about 20,000 tons/year of yard trimmings.

Climate, Markets

Vermicompost And Biochar As Bedding Plant Substrates

Physiological plant responses and nutrient loss were evaluated when utilizing vermicompost and biochar as partial substitutes for peat.

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