BUS.228-Selling Your Business-What you Need to Know-AC22.USCC

A Panel of Buyers and Sellers discuss what you need to know to successfully and profitably sell your business Michael Stevens, WeCare Denali: Educate participants on the process of selling their businesses. How to go about finding a buyer, the process of selling, and various aspects of completing a sale process. Discuss what aspects of… Continue reading BUS.228-Selling Your Business-What you Need to Know-AC22.USCC

POL.216-Food Waste Composting as a Pay-As-You-Throw Partner-AC22.USCC

In 2015 Pitkin County embarked on a journey towards significantly reducing waste and encouraging diversion; the driver for our waste diversion efforts, a rapidly filling landfill.  Pitkin County is located on the Western Slope of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Situated in the midst of Aspen’s world-class ski resorts, tourism is the driving force of the… Continue reading POL.216-Food Waste Composting as a Pay-As-You-Throw Partner-AC22.USCC

USE.221-Developing Soil / Media Mixes to Promote Growth of Pollinator Friendly Vegetation in Roadside Settings in. NYS-AC22.USCC

The project objective is to identify manufactured soil mixes that support the growth of native, pollinator friendly vegetation in roadside settings. As NYSDOT’s current standard topsoil mixes have been found lacking in their ability to reliably support the establishment of native, pollinator-friendly plant populations; there is a need to develop topsoil specifications that can facilitate… Continue reading USE.221-Developing Soil / Media Mixes to Promote Growth of Pollinator Friendly Vegetation in Roadside Settings in. NYS-AC22.USCC

USE.217-Better than Just Compost? Improving Compost Quality and Soil Health in Water-Limited Environments with Biochar-AC22.CREF

Compost production and use in arid climates differs from temperate regions because compost and other organic matter inputs fail to persist in arid soils. We must find ways to improve finished compost to enhance its ability to store carbon and improve long-term soil health in arid cropland soils. Co-composting biochar is one potential solution to… Continue reading USE.217-Better than Just Compost? Improving Compost Quality and Soil Health in Water-Limited Environments with Biochar-AC22.CREF

MAR.219-“Exonerating” Compost from other materials on trial-AC22.USCC

Resource Conservation efforts are gaining traction in the world of Construction and Land Development across the Country. It’s not uncommon for State Department of Transportation Engineers to receive a variety of requests to try products on the right of way made from recycled materials, incorporate controversial materials like Municipal or Animal sludge, or even allow… Continue reading MAR.219-“Exonerating” Compost from other materials on trial-AC22.USCC

MAR.215-Video Content Marketing is our “Black Gold”!-AC22.USCC

Video is one of the top marketing tools for on online content, time to embrace it and find a strategy. VM trends are increasingly important to overall marketing strategies. In 2021, “86% of businesses indicated that they were using video as a marketing tool.” Additionally, “93% of them say it’s a critical part of their… Continue reading MAR.215-Video Content Marketing is our “Black Gold”!-AC22.USCC

EQU.210-Operator Panel: Benefits and Issues Using Depackagers-AC22.USCC

A panel of experienced operators from accross the country will discuss the costs and benefits of using depackagers. Paneilisits include: Chris Seney, Republic Services Kevin Bolin, Organics by Gosh Patrick Geraty, St. Louis Composting Brian Fleury, Wecare Denali Speakers: Panel Duration: 1 hours 24 minutes Credits: 1.5 Member Price: $90.00 Non-Member Price: $157.50 Purchase Course… Continue reading EQU.210-Operator Panel: Benefits and Issues Using Depackagers-AC22.USCC

VIS.212-Community Composters: A Growing and Crucial Part of Infrastructure-AC22.USCC

In this session, Meredith Danberg-Ficarelli will summarize the growing network of community composters and their benefits in promoting a circular economy in which compost is used within the same area in which the food scraps are generated. She serves on the Steering Committee of the Community Composter Coalition, convened by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.… Continue reading VIS.212-Community Composters: A Growing and Crucial Part of Infrastructure-AC22.USCC