BC’S NEWEST ANAEROBIC DIGESTER IS NOW TURNING POOP INTO POWER… AND YOU CAN SIGN UP FOR A SITE VISIT!
Seabreeze Dairy Farm in Ladner is now combining agricultural and non-agricultural waste to harness and utilize greenhouse gasses that would otherwise vent into the atmosphere. Under FortisBC‘s renewable natural gas program, this biogas is purified on site and injected into their natural gas system.
This project will be spotlighted at the end of this month at the 2015 Agri-Energy & Waste Management Forum (January 30-31) in Abbotsford, BC. This forum will open on January 30 with a session focused on Seabreeze Farm and conclude with a site visit on January 31. Register Here!
INTRODUCING THE 2015 AGRI-ENERGY & WASTE MANAGEMENT FORUM
Renewable energy and waste management technologies enable you to take advantage of underutilized resources, diversify income, manage waste, and reduce costs. The 2015 Agri-energy & Waste Management Forum will enable you to increase your understanding of renewable energy and waste management technologies relevant to your farm or agricultural operation.
Also, don’t miss your chance to see BC’s newest anaerobic digester. Sign-up to book your place on the site visit bus today! The site visit will include a free bbq lunch, coffee, and tea. Buses will leave from in front of TradeX (1190 Cornell St, Abbotsford). The site visit costs only $20.00!
Anaerobic Digestion Session 1: Seabreeze Farms
January 30, 9:30am – 11:00am
Building an anaerobic digester involves many different technologies and local contractors. Through rapid-fire presentations, learn about some of the technologies and contractors that have contributed to Seabreeze Farm’s anaerobic digester in Delta. These presentations will provide useful background information for the Seabreeze Farm site visit on January 31st.
Chair: David Melnychuk (Agricultural Consultant, Langley).
- Claire Allen (Ch-Four Biogas, Vancouver);
- Stuart Burnside (Dual Mechanical, Surrey);
- Brandon Kloot (Kloot Construction, Chilliwack);
- Kerry Doyle (KPD Consulting, Abbotsford); and
- David Richardson (Octaform, Vancouver).