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Will They Breakdown at my Compost Facility? The Compostable Field Testing Program
The growth of the compost manufacturing industry is challenged by an ever-expanding line of compostable serviceware and packaging coming from our restaurants, events, stadiums, etc.

Compost: Carbon Sequestration & Climate Change
With all the buzz in the news about carbon sequestration, greenhouse gas emissions and soil health, it is imperative for compost operators, compost marketers, municipalities, and consultants to understand where composting and compost itself fit into climate change issues.

Introduction to Compost Odor Management: Process and Public Relations
Looking at a root cause approach to managing composting odors through better understanding and control of process conditions.

The Composting Handbook: Making the Most of This New Resource
Learn how to use this extensive and well-researched publication to find exactly what you need anytime something new comes up.ooking at a root cause approach to managing composting odors through better understanding and control of process conditions.

The CREF Board of Trustees are always open to new suggestions for research projects to be considered and possibly funded. If you have a project you would like the board to consider, please submit it here:

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