Inside May/June 2017 BMM


Diversion Dynamics

BY Tim PortzIn Southington, Connecticut, two biogas projects are a testimony to both the catalyzing impact of new organics diversion laws, and their limits. READ MORE

A First in 20 Years

BY Anna SimetThough a new waste-to-energy plant hadn’t been built in the U.S. in nearly two decades, the Palm Beach Renewable Energy Facility No. 2 is proving that it can still be done economically, innovatively and environmentally friendly. READ MORE

At the Intersection of Biomass & Urban Ecology

BY Ron KotrbaIn downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota, District Energy St. Paul continues to find new ways to innovate through increased efficiency and biomass utilization. READ MORE


Solid Organic Waste Conversion in Small Communities

BY Babatunde Olateju, Xiaomei Li and Axel Meisen A study was conducted to identify the most promising technologies and their providers for converting 10,000 to 100,000 tonnes of SOW per year, generated by or in the vicinity of small and medium communities in Alberta. READ MORE

Sponsor Spotlight: Komptech Americas

BY Todd Dunderdale In 1992, Komptech developed the TopTurn, one of the industry's original European windrow turners. Today, the company has more than 40 distributors worldwide selling the company’s trademark green waste and biomass processing equipment. READ MORE

The Evolving World of Wood Shredding

BY Peter Streinik Wood shredding activity is on the rise, as is the number of operators rethinking their plant design. READ MORE