Through anaerobic co-digestion of waste activated sludge (biosolids) and organic waste (food, yard trimmings, lumber residue etc..) we can generate large amounts of renewable natural gas. This can can be used for generating heat and power. It is the fastest growing energy sector in Europe and would be ideal for the Oregon coast by creating energy resiliency, significantly reducing waste to landfills and removing biosolid contamination of the sensitive coastal watersheds.
Presentation to Lincoln City residents on the benefits of building a Co-digesting anaerobic digester at the WWTP
PowerPoint presentation for closed loop system in South African rural schools
The creation of regional coastal co-digestion facilities is the type of long term infrastructural change that can save significant amounts of taxpayer money, create good jobs and benefit the environment.
Capture biosolids from wastewater treatments plants to generate power and reduce land application and diversion to landfills
Providing education and training for waste reduction and conversion programs
The basic system for anaerobic digestion
Linking resources to develop consistent high yield feedstocks
Presentation to Lincoln city Oregon council regarding the Siletz river watershed contamination and biosolid disposal at landfill
Presentation to Lincoln county Oregon commission regarding the Siletz river watershed contamination from biosolid application