San Jose building largest dry AD facility in US

San Jose’s Zero Waste Energy Development Facility is targeted for completion in December 2013 and is expected to be the largest Dry Anaerobic Digestion (AD) facility in the U.S.

The Dry AD process converts high solid organic waste into green energy. It is projected that the plant will be capable of processing 90,000 tonnes of waste and producing up to 1.6 megawatts of renewable power, enough to power 2000 homes.

Originally published in Solid Waste & Recycling News. Read Full Article

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