KB BioEnergy’s Akron, Ohio, anaerobic digestion facility is undergoing a transformation that will allow it to accept food waste alongside biosolids.
Food waste diversion legislation driven by awareness of food scraps’ egregious greenhouse gas emissions and landfill space residency is prompting a combative twofold approach to the issue: 1. reducing food waste to begin with and 2. diverting what food is tossed to clean energy and organic bioproduct creation. It is within the diversion methodologies that food waste codigestion popularity is rising.
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