Presentation Title

Anaerobic Digestion at UVM

Presenter's Name(s)

Abby BruzasFollow

Abstract

Assesses the feasibility of Anaerobic Digestion technology (AD) and its role as a means of meeting the University of Vermont's waste and energy goals. Begins with an introduction to AD technology, its various uses and benefits. Goes on to discus several case studies from the New England region. Concludes by assessing the feasibility of a project on campus at UVM. Presents alternative means for meeting UVM's renewable heating goals such as investing in renewable natural gas.

Primary Faculty Mentor Name

Amy Seidl

Secondary Mentor NetID

CMccamp

Secondary Mentor Name

Caylin McCamp

Status

Undergraduate

Student College

Rubenstein School of Environmental and Natural Resources

Program/Major

Environmental Studies

Primary Research Category

Food & Environment Studies

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Anaerobic Digestion at UVM

Assesses the feasibility of Anaerobic Digestion technology (AD) and its role as a means of meeting the University of Vermont's waste and energy goals. Begins with an introduction to AD technology, its various uses and benefits. Goes on to discus several case studies from the New England region. Concludes by assessing the feasibility of a project on campus at UVM. Presents alternative means for meeting UVM's renewable heating goals such as investing in renewable natural gas.