November 2008
BioCycle;Nov2008, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
This article discusses the development of co-digestion protocols to guide organic waste diversion processes for greenhouse gas reduction. This process, which is being developed by the California Climate Action Registry, will allow projects that divert solid waste into organic co-digestion from more carbon intensive waste treatment methods to account for their reduction of net carbon outputs.


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