BioCycle REFOR17

 

Building Best-In-Class
Organics Recycling
Programs
Local Policies
Food Waste Collection
Processing Infrastructure
Markets
March 30, 31, April 1, 2, 2020 • Sacramento, California • DoubleTree By Hilton Sacramento

Agenda/Events Pages: Monday Workshop & Demo | Tuesday & Wednesday Conference Sessions and Deep Dive Discussions | Thursday Best-In-Class Tours
Networking Events | Event Schedule | Tour of Sacramento’s Community Compost Network

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Deep Dive Discussions
Tuesday & Wednesday, March 31 & April 1, 2020

Updated 2.21

NEW! For BioCycle CONNECT WEST 2020

Deep Dive Discussions are small group peer-to-peer discussions limited to 30 participants. A Subject Matter Expert leads off with an overview, followed by Q&A and a facilitated conversation.

• Preregistration is required for Deep Dives ONLY*
These optional Discussions run concurrent with Track 1 and Track 2 Sessions. We recommend registering for no more than three Deep Dives.

 

Tuesday, March 31 Deep Dive Discussions

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Deep Dive 01: How To Select Your Anaerobic Digestion Technology — Wet, Plug Flow, Dry?

Deep Dive 02: Program Tracking Tools: Outreach, Code Enforcement, Monitoring Food Waste Program Implementation

Deep Dive 03: Navigating State Air Permitting And Compliance Requirements For Composting

Deep Dive 04: What's Edible?

Deep Dive 05: Practical Infrastructure Solutions For SB 1383 Organic Waste Diversion

 

Wednesday, April 1 Deep Dive Discussions

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Deep Dive 06: Food Cycle In Cities, On Farmlands

Deep Dive 07: How to Design a Commercial Food Waste Recycling Program

Deep Dive 08: Design Your Own Compostable Product Field Test

Deep Dive 09: Improving Commercial Collection: Using Social Science to Motivate Behavior Change

Deep Dive 10: Compost For A Regenerative Planet


* NOTE: No preregistration required for Track 1 and 2 Concurrent sessions