September/October 2019 (Vol. 60, No. 7)

  • After 15 days of composting under negative aeration, separated dairy manure solids were put in a drying zone (to release steam and drive off moisture) under positive aeration with heated air.

    Innovating To Reduce Phosphorus Impacts

    Two companies are demonstrating the integration of composting and filtration technologies for the Vermont Phosphorus Innovation Challenge.
    Brian Jerose
    BioCycle September/October 2019, Vol. 60 No. 7, p. 47

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  • BioCycle Energy

    EPA Rule Not Great For Clean Power

    EPA’s Affordable Clean Energy Rule may drastically reduce environmental compliance flexibility — and revenues for anaerobic digestion projects.
    Michael H. Levin
    BioCycle September/October 2019, Vol. 60 No. 7, p. 43

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  • The Tera Ambiental Ltda. facility (Jundiai, State of São Paulo, Brazil), which uses both turned windrows and aerated static piles, features a composting capacity of 90,000 tons/years.

    Composting In Brazil

    Composting agro-industrial residuals — from livestock manure to sugarcane sludges — is on the rise, with compost utilized for agricultural production.
    M.J. L. Beltrame, K. Goldschmidt Beltrame and F. Carvalho Oliveira
    BioCycle September/October 2019, Vol. 60 No. 7, p. 50

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  • Sally Brown

    Connections: On The Same Team

    Sally Brown
    BioCycle September/October 2019, Vol. 60 No. 7, p. 54

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  • BioCycle REFOR19 Exhibit Ballroom

    Equipment News

    BioCycle September/October 2019, Vol. 60 No. 7, p. 56

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