Vision Recycling has been recycling organics in the bay area since 1993. In 2018 they decided to open a small facility in Livermore California.
Salinas Valley is one of the largest agricultural regions in the United States, producing large quantities of bagged leafy greens.
New regulations from the California Water Board required that Recology Blossom Valley move their existing 60-acre windrow operation onto an impermeable surface.
Olympic Organics contacted us to automate the sampling and recording of temperature, reducing operational costs. Additionally, they wanted the system to be accessible remotely, so operators could have peace of mind while away from the facility.
We developed a 200’ x 200’ aerated pad using sparger nozzles to deliver high pressure air to a 10’ deep turned aerated mass bed.
Our team designed an 8-zone pipe at grade aeration system, that could be installed into the existing pad. To cut costs, GMT worked directly with the client to cut trenches in the concrete, lay the ducting, and repave the trenches.
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
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