90,000 TPY Dry AD Food Waste to Biogas Plant to Open in San Jose
Waste Management World
By Ben Messenger
November 11, 2013
Lafayette, California based organic waste to energy specialist, Zero Waste Energy Development Company (ZWEDC), is set to open its 90,000 ton (81,600 tonne) per year Dry Fermentation Anaerobic Digestion (AD) food waste facility in San Jose – the first large-scale commercial facility of its kind in the U.S.
The company said that the facility will process food scraps, yard waste and other compostable materials from San Jose businesses, converting them into renewable energy and compost.
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