• Biomethane use in Europe

    Biomethane Usage Grows In Europe

    The natural gas vehicle fleet in Europe is running with 17% biomethane on average, reports the Natural & bio Gas Vehicle Association (NGVA Europe).

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  • Nora Goldstein, BioCycle Editor

    Editorial: Pandemic-Induced Organics Recycling

    We hope that everyone is staying healthy during this ongoing COVID 19 pandemic. Business as usual is anything but usual, as all of you are likely experiencing as well.
    Nora Goldstein

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  • Sally Brown

    Connections: Why Regenerative Agriculture Needs Recycled Organics

    The importance of recycled organics in regenerative agriculture needs to be understood, not only by the municipalities that manage the feedstocks, but also by climate strategists and most importantly, state and federal agencies. Part VII
    Sally Brown

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  • Madison, Wisconsin Streets Division food waste drop-off site

    Madison, Wisconsin Rolls Out Food Scraps Drop-Off

    The City of Madison began accepting food scraps for recycling at all three of its Streets Division drop-off sites. “This is a special voluntary recycling program available only at the drop-off sites,” explains Bryan Johnson, Madison’s recycling coordinator.

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  • Smicon depackaging hopper (left), mobile, skid-mounted digesters (right)

    Depackaging And Digestion Demo In California

    A multiyear food waste-to-energy demonstration project in Goleta, California has been evaluating a source separated organics (SSO) food waste depackaging system followed by anaerobic digestion (AD) of the slurried organics.

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  • Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA)

    Controlling Industrial PFAS Discharges In Michigan

    According to an updated Environmental Working Group (EWG) analysis of government data, at least 2,500 industrial facilities across the nation could be discharging PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) into the air and water.

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  • How Much Do Organics Recycling Businesses Contribute To Australia’s Economy?

    A new report commissioned by the Australian Organics Recycling Association finds 7.5 million metric tons of organics recycled, putting more than $2 billion into the country’s economy.

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  • Jeremy Brosowsky

    Commentary: Composting Is Path Forward In Post Corona World

    It’s good for the environment and empowers us to live our values. And it’s the composting mindset that will get us through the pandemic.
    Jeremy Brosowsky

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  • Sally Brown

    Connections: What’s Cooking?

    Finding the ingredients to make a potting mix that plants will love from Class A digested biosolids entails trying a range of recipes, sniff tests and parameter measuring.
    Sally Brown

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  • Natural Gas Utility Announces New Source Of RNG

    FortisBC, a natural gas utility in British Columbia (BC), has a “30BY30” target to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent by 2030.

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