America’s Resources First: Wastes to Energy and ProductsPosted by plumbingpros in Home Improvement Tips, on November 5, 2017
Wet, solid, and gaseous waste streams are potential high-impact resources for the production of biogas, biofuels, bioproduct precursors, heat, and electricity. These streams are available now in both rural and urban areas without land-use change, and in many cases their utilization helps to address the unique and local challenges of their disposal. Agricultural wastes, methane and solid wastes produced from waste water treatment, and other organic and food residues all provide opportunities for generating bioenergy and bioproducts throughout the United States. Watch this video to learn how Roeslein Alternative Energy in the Midwest, and Mango Materials and East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) on the West Coast are taking advantage of various types of wastes and waste byproducts to create renewable power, fuels, and bio-based materials. —
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