July 2009
BioCycle;Jul2009, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p19
Trade Publication
The article reports on the campaign for co digestion of food wastes of the U.S. Department of Environmental Protection (EPA), along with Oakland, California East Bay Municipal Utilities District, through a short series of videos. It states that EPA is targeting local governments, the public and wastewater treatment plants for the co-digestion. Further, the EPA is working on an economic analysis method for evaluation of the cost of co-digestion project.


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