Examining the Latest Developments in Converting Organic Waste into Renewable Energy
By Megan Greenwalt, Waste360, May 25, 2016
Waste360 recently sat down with David McConnell, vice president of business development, North America for Enerkem Inc. headquartered in Montreal, Canada; and Topher Gudmand, director of sales for Wellesley, Mass.-based Vanguard Renewables, to discuss the trends related to converting organic waste into biofuels or other forms of renewable energy.
McConnell and Gudmand will participate in the “Renewable Energy, Biofuels, Anaerobic Digestion of MSW and Agricultural Waste” session from 1:30 to 3 p.m. June 7 at this year’s Waste Expo. They will be joined by Jeff Draper, a vice president with Zero Waste Energy LLC and BethAnn Taylor with Taylor Environmental. McConnell will focus on “Renewable Chemicals and Biofuels from Waste to Close the Loop of the Circular Economy” while Gudmand explains “The Power Behind Farm Powered: Highlighting the Benefits of Farm-Based Anaerobic Digestion”.