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Waste to Fuels Technology 2017-2019 Biennium

 
Advancing Organics Management in Washington State: The Waste to Fuels Technology Partnership, 2017-2019 Biennium
Hills, K., M. Garcia-Perez, J.E. Amonette, M. Brady, T. Jobson, D. Collins, D. Gang, E. Bronstad, M. Flury, S. Seefeldt, C.O. Stöckle, M. Ayiania, A. Berim, W. Hoashi-Erhardt, N. Khosravi, S. Haghighi Mood, R. Nelson, Y.J. Milan, N. Pickering, N. Stacey, A.H. Tanzil, J. Zhang, B. Saari, and G. Yorgey. 2019. Publication 19-07-027. Solid Waste Management Program, Washington Department of Ecology, Olympia, WA.

 

Technical Reports

Technical reports provide more detail on individual projects completed as part of the Waste to Fuels Technology Partnership during the 2017-2019 Biennium.

Extension, Engagement, and Technology Transfer

Emissions from Washington State Compost Facilities: A Review of Volatile Organic Compound Data, and an Estimation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions 

Differentiating the Value and Cost of Compost Across Likely Farm Use Scenarios in Western Washington

Lessons for Compost Policy: What Can Recycling Policy Tell Us? 

Integrating Compost and Biochar for Improved Air Quality, Crop Yield, and Soil Health

Assessment of the Local Technical Potential for CO2 Drawdown using Biochar from Forestry Residues and Waste Wood in 26 Counties of Washington State

Production of Engineered Biochars for Phosphate Removal from Waste Lignocellulosic Materials: First, Second, and Third Generation Engineered Products

A Rapid Test for Plant-Available Water-Holding Capacity in Soil-Biochar Mixtures 

Using CropSyst to Evaluate Biochar as a Soil Amendment for Crops

Biochar Production in Biomass Power Plants: Techno-Economic and Supply Chain Analyses