Anaerobic digestion of food scraps and yard waste to produce power and compost is taken to new heights at a giant facility in British Columbia.
The proposed food waste ban would help the State reach its goals to reduce the waste stream by 30% by 2020.
By installing its own anaerobic conversion system, the chain will offset its energy consumption and eliminate unnecessary truck trips.
In a win for the environment, a big anaerobic digester project in Wisconsin will use 500,000 gallons of cheese-factory wastewater a day to produce electricity, heat and fertilizer.
A new power project has opened at a farm in upstate New York, processing cow manure and food waste to provide enough energy to 11,000 homes.
After a decade of research, a UC Davis professor creates the first high-solid anaerobic digester for commercial use.
Midwest Energy News reports on how Midwest producers are unlikely to rush to implement converting hog manure to energy mainly because of upfront costs.
The U.S. Department of Energy highlights the city of Austin, Texas for turning portions of sewage treatment processes into clean energy that can power public infrastructure facilities.
An anaerobic digestion plant uses cow waste and organic matter to drive a power plant near the village of Ardstraw in Northern Ireland.
The UK’s new feed-in tariffs reportedly will make it more affordable to implement large scale solar schemes and anaerobic digestion installations.