Editorial: Panic And Prosper
Nora Goldstein, Editor, BioCycle

Nora Goldstein
BioCycle March/April 2019, Vol. 60 No. 3, p. 4

Is Organic Certification Right For Your Compost?
Number of certified organic farms by state, 2016

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, Vol. 60 No. 3, p. 23

Commentary: Zero Waste Requires Visionary Thinking

Rhodes Yepsen
BioCycle March/April 2019, Vol. 60 No. 3, p. 35

Biogas To RNG Projects: What, Why And How
Figure 2. Greenhouse gas emission reduction by fuel type

With prices for renewable electricity low in many states, biogas producers are turning to the renewable natural gas marketplace. This road map is a valuable navigation tool.
Brad Pleima
BioCycle March/April 2019, Vol. 60 No. 3, p. 38

101 For Low Carbon Fuel Standard
In-state RNG projects, such as this anaerobic digestion facility in South San Francisco, are eligible under the LCFS for either self-use, direct sale as a conventional fuel replacement, or by injecting into a pipeline and demonstrating RNG use as a vehicle fuel.

California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard, which grew out of the state’s Global Warming Solutions Act, is stimulating markets for biogas, including renewable natural gas.
Paul Greene
BioCycle March/April 2019, Vol. 60 No. 3, p. 43

Rhode To End Hunger

Rhode Island Department of Health program addresses the related issues of food wastage and state residents going hungry by connecting food donors and receivers such as pantries.
Kristy M. Whitcomb
BioCycle March/April 2019, Vol. 60 No. 3, p. 52

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