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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 sized compost operations, all you need is a front-end loader …

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Grounds for Composting

Why Compost Coffee Grounds? What is the impact of composting coffee grounds? When building a composting recipe, do coffee grounds count as food scraps or bulking agent?  These are questions we sometimes hear about coffee grounds in a compost pile.  …

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Staff from the National Park and Delaware North dining and management with their new Earth Flow. This is from the initial installation of the system in October of 2017.   “I’m shocked at how much material we can put into the …

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So What’s the Deal with Bulking Agents?

So What’s the Deal with Bulking Agents? Understanding how bulking agents function in the compost process allows us to find the optimal material for any composting operation. This article explores: What is bulking agent? Why is it important to the …

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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 engineers. The ribbon was cut on the facility back in …

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Interactive world map of GMT installations

Over the last twenty-five years, Green Mountain Technologies has installed composting systems for companies, organizations, and institutions across the country and around the world. As global interest in sustainability grows, we are increasingly receiving inquiries for our composting technologies and …

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Compost Awareness Week 2017

Organic Waste Becomes Compost, Healthy Soil and Healthy Food by Dan Noble Assemblymember Arambula Introduces ACR No. 69 — Compost Awareness Week Sacramento, CA, May 8, 2017– The Association of Compost Producers are grateful to Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula for …