FAC.310-Which is better? High Velocity or Low Velocity Aeration Floors-AC21.USCC

Take a closer look at the way that aeration floors are designed by comparing temperature and oxygen piles readings gathered at high and low velocity aeration floors within the same facility. Use this data to assess the validity of the predictive models used in the industry. Speakers: Orion Black-Brown Duration: 23 minutes Credits: 0.5 Member… Continue reading FAC.310-Which is better? High Velocity or Low Velocity Aeration Floors-AC21.USCC

PRO.311-Enhancing Composting Quality with the Latest DNA Sequencing Breakthroughs-AC22.USCC

Composting is a microbial process that converts organic waste materials into valuable organic matter rich in plant nutrients that is of great value to farmers and home gardeners.  The methods used to produce compost have a strong influence on the compost’s microbial community during the process and this in turn determines the greenhouse gases released… Continue reading PRO.311-Enhancing Composting Quality with the Latest DNA Sequencing Breakthroughs-AC22.USCC

FEE.311-Differently-Aged Organic Matter Amendments Change Reduced Iron in Soils of Restored Wetlands-AC20.USCC

This video discusses the experiments done using compost soil amendments to find the most efficient method in increasing nutrient content and productivity of wetlands. Speakers: Donald De Alwis Duration: 19 minutes Credits: 0.5 Member Price: $30.00 Non-Member Price: $52.50 Purchase Course Now

FAC.311-The Application of Laboratory Aeration Demand Testing to Facility Design-AC22.CREF

The efficiency with which aerobic bacteria consume oxygen and convert organic matter (OM) to CO2 is the primary measure of composting stabilization rates and a determining factor in air emissions.  Process conditions (primarily temperature and oxygen) and feedstock characteristics determine the efficiency of this process.  Researchers, such as McCartney, Sundberg, and others, have used highly… Continue reading FAC.311-The Application of Laboratory Aeration Demand Testing to Facility Design-AC22.CREF