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Advancing Organics Management in Washington State: The Waste to Fuels Technology Partnership

 
Publication number Date Published
16-07-008February 2016
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Author(s) Chen, S., Frear, C., Garcia-Perez, M., and others
Description Washington State University’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources has conducted targeted applied research and extension on emerging technologies for managing residual organic matter. This report presents work from 2013-2015 on WSU's Waste to Fuels Technology project.
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Keywords polyphenols, methane, pyrolysis, anaerobic digester, Biochar, organics, waste, carbon dioxide, compost, beyond waste
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