32nd Annual Conference
CATALYZING ORGANICS RECYCLING
BIOCYCLE WEST COAST19
Infrastructure ExpansionCompost & Biogas Markets Food Recovery Contamination Management Behavior Change

APRIL 1, 2, 3, 4, 2019   PORTLAND, OREGON   

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Workshops
Monday, April 1, 2019

Updated 2.11

WORKSHOP 1

Renewable Natural Gas
The Bottom Line

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Organized by BioCycle, Oregon Department of Energy and Washington State Department of Commerce

BioCycleODE

WDOC

Fee: $175 with 2-day conference registration
or $250 workshop only

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Who needs to be at the table to complete a profitable renewable natural gas (RNG) to pipeline injection deal? How does financial risk get allocated? What are the costs, which gas utilities are on board, and who are prime RNG buyers? The answers to these questions, along with analyses of federal and state RNG markets, gas clean-up requirements and emerging policies, will be covered.

WORKSHOP 2

Foundations Of Composting

8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Fee: $245 with 2-day conference registration
or $370 workshop only
Includes lunch

 

Instructors:
Matthew Cotton, Integrated Waste Management Consulting, LLC
Robert Rynk, State University of New York, Cobleskill

 

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Covers basic principles of composting, monitoring and managing the process, data collection and interpretation, odor control, organic material collection methods, review of major processing methods, and an overview of markets for compost. Also beneficial as refresher course for composters seeking USCC Certified Compost Operations Manager certification.