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International Conference On Composting, Renewable Energy & Organics Recycling
Announcing Keynote Speakers:
Deborah Koons Garcia, an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose current project is Symphony Of The Soil, a multi-film documentary and website that explores the soil community from the microscopic to the global.
Sally Brown, BioCycle’s columnist and soil scientist from the University of Washington, who will connect the critical dots between the soil, organic waste resources and the health of the planet.
This four-day global event on April 11-14, 2011 will take place in San Diego, California at the Town & Country Resort. Two preconference workshops will be held on Monday, April 11. Three tracks of concurrent Conference sessions along with a trade show featuring more than 50 exhibitors are scheduled on April 12 and 13, followed by an all day site tour on April 14. BioCycle Global 2011 will bring together facility managers, developers, public officials, investors, regulators, researchers, industry executives, equipment providers, haulers, advocates and other professionals from around the world dedicated to a common goal of successful and sustainable organic resource management. Global Conference sessions focus on that goal, discussing best management practices, infrastructure and programs to maximize diversion, conversion and utilization of organic wastes to yield compost, digester biogas, biofuels and other high-value by-products.
BioCycle magazine has a well-earned reputation for attracting participants who are ready to move projects forward and need to learn about the latest industry trends, projects and equipment in waste diversion, composting, organics recycling, renewable energy and sustainable community infrastructure.
Conference sessions will feature over 70 technical and practical presentations on: maximum resource capture and utilization via composting, recycling and anaerobic digestion; food waste management; biogas and biomethane markets; compost utilization; optimizing facility processes; green infrastructure; organics collection; local food systems and urban agriculture; and much more.
BioCycle Conferences are well respected for providing the most useful operational insights and networking connections for advancing composting, organics recycling and renewable energy. Participants have told us how much valuable data they have gained and how many problems have been avoided. We are confident that BioCycle Global 2011 will reward you in many ways, and look forward to welcoming you to San Diego.