Composting

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General, Markets

Compost And Mulch Utilization On California Almond Farm

Tom Rogers and his brother Dan grow almonds on 175 acres of flat, sandy loam soils near Madera, California.

AD & Biogas

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AD & Biogas

Biogas-To-RNG Developer Moving The Needle

BioCycle interviewed Bob Powell, founder and CEO of Brightmark, about his company’s growth trajectory in the anaerobic digestion and RNG space.

Food Waste

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Food Waste

It’s Official — All Food Scraps Out Of The Landfill In Vermont

Last Wednesday, July 1, 2020 was a long awaited day in the State of Vermont. By sheer coincidence, I was speaking with someone from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources who asked me, “Nora, do you know what today is?” I thought for about 15 seconds, and then exclaimed, “Oh my goodness, it is July...

Climate

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Climate

Fueling Trash Trucks With RNG

Replacing 90,000 gallons of diesel fuel with RNG will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by about 1,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalents annually.
Marsha Johnston
BioCycle May/June 2019

Climate, Markets

Growing Bedding Plants With Biochar And Vermicompost

Comparative greenhouse studies assessed the suitability of biochar and vermicompost as partial substitutes for peat-based growing media for ornamental plant production.

Climate, Connections, General, Markets, Storm Water Management

Connections: Compost For Storm Water On The Roadside

Adding sufficient amounts of compost to dirt on the side of the highway can cut the need and associated costs for all of the engineered water systems to a small fraction.

Markets

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Markets

Is Organic Certification Right For Your Compost?

The ability to produce a ”Listable” product greatly depends on its input materials and how those are processed. Typical composts and digestates are relatively inexpensive to List.
Ron Alexander
BioCycle March/April 2019

Climate, Connections, Markets, Storm Water Management

Connections: Compost On The Open Road

Integrating compost use into how we construct and maintain highways can make them look better, function better, cost less and even reduce carbon emissions.

Climate, Composting, Markets

Save Organics In Soil

An international initiative — S.O.S. SOIL: Save Organics in Soil — was launched in Spring 2020 by the European Compost Network and the Italian Composting and Biogas Association.

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