The foundation for the anaerobic digester units is constructed.
Crews construct the walls of the percolate tank, which will house liquid inoculant that catalyzes the anaerobic digestion process.
One of the four anaerobic digestion units arrives on site.
All four anaerobic digestion units are positioned on site and ready to receive food scrap and green waste material.
Otherwise known as the “belly of the beast,” this mechanical chamber is used to operate the anaerobic digestion units within ideal conditions.
A digester door is opened, exposing material that is finished with its 21-day anaerobic digestion cycle.
Material that has been removed from the digester units will now be transferred to open-air windrows to finish composting for another 60 to 90 days.