Zero Waste Energy Development Company's largest dry fermentation anaerobic digestion facility in the world converting organics to energy and compost in San Jose, California.
Silicon Valley garbage to become renewable energy, compost
Posted: Friday, November 8, 2013
San Jose, Calif. – Opening this month, Zero Waste Energy Development Company’s (ZWEDC) Dry Fermentation Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Facility in San José will be the first large-scale commercial facility of its kind in the United States. Food scraps, yard waste and other compostable materials from San Jose businesses will be converted into renewable energy, while producing high quality compost. With organics comprising the largest portion of materials still landfilled, San Jose was committed to developing an innovative facility capable of processing and recovering ...