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Composting Consortium Bioplastics Report

Groundbreaking: Closed Loop and the Composting Consortium recently published a study examining compostable packaging products, and their viability to disrupt current conventional plastic usage....
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California Composting

Salinas Valley, California is one of the largest agricultural regions in the United States, producing 80% of the nation’s salad greens, 48% of broccoli, 30% of spinach, and 28% of...
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Get Free Heat From Compost

In the midst of a global pandemic, everyone is looking for ways to become more self-sufficient and decrease monthly expenses. But what if you could do this by sequestering heat...
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Why Choose ASP Over Windrow?

In the US, windrow systems are the most popular form of industrial composting. And it’s no secret why. Windrows have relatively low start-up cost. In fact, for small to moderate...
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Composting Underway in Phoenix

The City of Phoenix’s new composting facility is up and running and successfully producing high-quality compost. The facility was designed by Green Mountain Technologies and a team of architects and...
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City Of Phoenix TAP (Turned Aerated Pile) Compost System – Spring 2017

GMT was hired to design a 200,000 ton per year food and yard waste composting system for the City of Phoenix. The project will be built in two phases at...
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Waste 360: Interest in Organics Diversion Grows

From Waste360.com: Interest in Organics Diversion Grows “Although controversy continues to swirl around traditional recycling, with regard to both its value and its cost, interest in organics diversion, particularly food...
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Purdy Composting Facility Celebrates 20+ Years Of Operation!

Purdy Compost Facility (LRI) in Pierce County, Washington has been operating a successful and productive ASP System for over 20 years. They opened their doors in 1992 processing approximately 33,000...
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Vermont Organics Recycling Summit, April 3, 2014

GMT will be exhibiting at the Vermont Organics Recycling Summit at the Vermont Technical College, Judd Hall in Randolph Center, VT on April 3, 2014....
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Composting On The Way Up In New York City High-Rises

From: Composting On The Way Up In New York City High-Rises High-rise apartment buildings might not seem like fertile ground for making compost. But officials in New York want to...
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Composting Consortium Bioplastics Report

Groundbreaking: Closed Loop and the Composting Consortium recently published a study examining compostable packaging products, and their viability to disrupt current conventional plastic usage....
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California Composting

Salinas Valley, California is one of the largest agricultural regions in the United States, producing 80% of the nation’s salad greens, 48% of broccoli, 30% of spinach, and 28% of...
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Get Free Heat From Compost

In the midst of a global pandemic, everyone is looking for ways to become more self-sufficient and decrease monthly expenses. But what if you could do this by sequestering heat...
Featured image for “Get Free Heat From Compost”

Why Choose ASP Over Windrow?

In the US, windrow systems are the most popular form of industrial composting. And it’s no secret why. Windrows have relatively low start-up cost. In fact, for small to moderate...
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Composting Underway in Phoenix

The City of Phoenix’s new composting facility is up and running and successfully producing high-quality compost. The facility was designed by Green Mountain Technologies and a team of architects and...
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City Of Phoenix TAP (Turned Aerated Pile) Compost System – Spring 2017

GMT was hired to design a 200,000 ton per year food and yard waste composting system for the City of Phoenix. The project will be built in two phases at...
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Waste 360: Interest in Organics Diversion Grows

From Waste360.com: Interest in Organics Diversion Grows “Although controversy continues to swirl around traditional recycling, with regard to both its value and its cost, interest in organics diversion, particularly food...
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Purdy Composting Facility Celebrates 20+ Years Of Operation!

Purdy Compost Facility (LRI) in Pierce County, Washington has been operating a successful and productive ASP System for over 20 years. They opened their doors in 1992 processing approximately 33,000...
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Vermont Organics Recycling Summit, April 3, 2014

GMT will be exhibiting at the Vermont Organics Recycling Summit at the Vermont Technical College, Judd Hall in Randolph Center, VT on April 3, 2014....
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Composting On The Way Up In New York City High-Rises

From: Composting On The Way Up In New York City High-Rises High-rise apartment buildings might not seem like fertile ground for making compost. But officials in New York want to...
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