Skyland Lodge is nestled along Skyline Drive’s highest elevation of 3,680 feet in the center of Shenandoah National Park. This remote location has proven to be a challenge for waste management of onsite food waste and horse manure/bedding.
Grimm’s Fuel has been composting green waste from the Portland metropolitan area for over 30 years. The facility was using a static pile method, but as volumes grew and neighbors encroached
The City of Phoenix was searching for a financially feasible sustainable approach to diverting the city’s green and food waste. The solution had to work on an existing 20-acre parcel of land, have a high throughput, work in the dramatic desert climate, and not negatively impact the surrounding community. Composting proved to be the lowest cost solution meeting these criteria. They reached out next to GMT for feedstock feasibility analyses, pilot testing, and facility design and commissioning.
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Dirt hugger was looking to upgrade their existing pipe on grade operation to a below grade aeration system capable of handling a diversity of feedstocks, on a small footprint, and “bootstrap
Close to the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park sits a small mountain town known as Cooke City. Cooke City School sought ways to kickstart their composting journey among their
In response to Prince Edward Island’s extremely stringent odor and groundwater regulations, ADI chose to handle their curbside Source Separated Organics with a reputable in-vessel