Workshop Instructor | Green Mountain Technologies
Bainbridge Island, WA | email@example.com
Michael Bryan-Brown is President and founder of Green Mountain Technologies and has a degree in environmental engineering from Tufts University. He has over 30 years of experience in the fields of composting, biosolids management and wastewater treatment plant design. He holds four patents and has developed systems for a wide range of composting applications from the Earth Tub on-site composter to facilities processing up to 500,000 tons per year. In addition to his work with Green Mountain Technologies, Michael has worked as consultant to the City of New York Department of Sanitation and EPA to investigate on-site composting systems for food waste. As consulting engineer to the City of New York Department of Environmental Protection, he was contracted for the assessment of odor impacts from eight proposed biosolids composting facilities in NYC.
Workshop Time: Tuesday, Feb 6, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Workshop Title: Adding Food Waste to your Compost Facility
Workshop Description: Operational and structural strategies to upgrade windrows and static piles to handle high energy feedstocks with mixes, pile shape, turning frequency and passive or forced aeration. During this workshop the instructors will breakdown the process of making decisions on how best to use the tools and resources a facility already has or may want and transitioning the operation to handle the contaminants and the much more aggressive biological process that food wastes present.