FAC.118-New and Innovative Technology for Compost Facilities -WEB.USCC

Compost Facilities around the country are utilizing innovative technology and new forms of data collection to drive their operations, increase efficiencies, and add value to their products.Speakers: Andrew Voodre, Emilio Cervantes, Laura KavanaughDuration: 60 minutesCredits: 1Member Price: $60.00Non-Member Price: $105.00Purchase Course

FAC.224-Rose Bowl Stadium: Insights to Institutional Composting-AC23.USCC

The Pasadena Rose Bowl is recycling its food scraps by producing and using compost on site. Different compost technologies produce compost that is variously suited to the cultivars on that site. Finding the technology, measuring the biology, plus chemical and physical properties allow you to to achieve the greatest success.Speakers: Christine Lenches-HinkelDuration: 20 minutesCredits: 0.5Member… Continue reading FAC.224-Rose Bowl Stadium: Insights to Institutional Composting-AC23.USCC

FAC.225-SB 1383: A Regional Approach, Orange County CA-AC23.USCC

The design and permitting challenges encapsulate a variety of common and site-specific hurdles encountered during project, no matter the location. It is important to understand the specific challenges of a proposed site and consider the above challenges when initiating an organics management facility design/permitting project.Speakers: Gregory SaulDuration: 20 minutesCredits: 0.5Member Price: $30.00Non-Member Price: $52.50Purchase Course… Continue reading FAC.225-SB 1383: A Regional Approach, Orange County CA-AC23.USCC

FAC.223-Conservation and Reuse of Water in Aerated Composting Operations-AC23.USCC

Approaches and Concepts surrounding water use in the composting process, Water collection and reuse approaches in design and operations that keep water used at the right time, applied in a easy way and separated, properly treated and stored for compost facilities to reuse it.Speakers: Jeff GageDuration: 22 minutesCredits: 0.5Member Price: $30.00Non-Member Price: $52.50Purchase Course Now

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

FAC.111-Compost Operations Management – Fundamentals and Beyond-AC22.USCC

Managing an operation can mean many things, but managing a composting operation has some specific traits that should be considered among all operators in all situations. This presentation will address some serious blunders and some paths to success that may be useful to those managing, supporting, regulating, or working with a composting project. Whether a… Continue reading FAC.111-Compost Operations Management – Fundamentals and Beyond-AC22.USCC

FAC.222-Addressing Odors Using Intelligent Emissions Monitoring-AC22.USCC

Odor concerns continue to challenge the composting industry, with complaints from neighbouring communities being frequent while solutions are few. This study presents a novel solution to address odors from composting facilities using continuous, intelligent emissions monitoring of problematic compounds. The system uses one high-end instrument to measure concentrations of hydrogen sulfide (H_2S) in air samples… Continue reading FAC.222-Addressing Odors Using Intelligent Emissions Monitoring-AC22.USCC

FAC.221-Challenging Odor Issues at a Large Industrial Composter-AC22.USCC

This presentation is going to take a closer look at one of the biggest, but most underestimated, risks to industrial composters: odor. We will take a deep dive into the various components of composting sites and how/why they can contribute to odor issues. We will discuss the science of odor as well as the complexity… Continue reading FAC.221-Challenging Odor Issues at a Large Industrial Composter-AC22.USCC