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Date:
October 28, 2020
Time:
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location:
Webinar
Address:
Poway, CA 92064
Cost:
Free, Registration Required
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Tech Talk: Energize Your Waste

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Beginning in early 2021, EDCO is rolling out a state-of-the-art organics recycling plant, also known as their Anaerobic Digestion Facility , that will turn Poway's organic waste into renewable natural gas and fertilizer. Join I Love A Clean San Diego and the City of Poway for a virtual sit down with EDCO General Manager, Jim Ambroso, as we talk all things Anaerobic Digestion.

Beginning in early 2021, EDCO is rolling out a state-of-the-art organics recycling plant, also known as their Anaerobic Digestion Facility , that will turn Poway's organic waste into renewable natural gas and fertilizer. Join I Love A Clean San Diego and the City of Poway for a virtual sit down with EDCO General Manager, Jim Ambroso, as we talk all things Anaerobic Digestion. We will be getting into the science behind the digester, why it is important, and how it relates to Poway. Afterwards, there will be a Q&A followed by some spooky tips to keep your Halloween celebrations eco-friendly this year! Be sure to register here for the link to join.

More about the Speaker:

Jim Ambroso has worked in the solid waste and recycling industry for over 35 years. In March of this year, Jim joined EDCO as General Manager for their north San Diego County operations, which includes the San Marcos collection and processing facility, Escondido collection, recycling, waste transfer and lastly, the Fallbrook waste and recycling transfer location. Before joining EDCO, Jim spent 5 years developing recycling methods for organic waste, including food waste, which is quickly becoming the next frontier in recycling efforts. He is excited to help area residents and businesses establish sustainable collection and processing programs.