COMPOST MATTERS in Atlantic Canada

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The COMPOST MATTERS in Atlantic Canada 2020 Proceedings

From Dirt Poor to Soil Wealth: Soil Structure, Compost & Climate Change
I. Using Compost to Build Good Soil Structure Soil Wealth
II. Climate Change, Soil Health, And Compost
Glenn Monroe, The Compost Council of Canada

Southeast Eco360 Sorts Things Out
Gena Alderson, Southeast Eco360

Biosolids Management for Small-to-Medium-Size Wastewater Operations:
Composting as a Sustainable Approach

Conrad Allain, Transaqua

The Influence of Compost Product Diversity on the Soil’s Bacterial and
Fungal Community in Potato Production

Claudia Goyer, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada

The Best Compost Maturity Test Ever!
Paul Arnold, Acadia University

Can Apple Replant Disease Be Controlled Through the Use Of Compost?
Keith Fuller, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada

Ongoing Developments in Certified Compostable Products
Isaul Lopez, BASF Canada

Updates on Initiatives and Discussions of Impact to Organics Recycling
Don MacQueen, Atlantic Canada Regional Chair, The Compost Council of Canada

The Compost Council of Canada is the national non-profit, member-driven organization dedicated to advocating and advancing organics residuals recycling and compost use. The Council serves as the central resource and network for the compost and organics recycling industry in Canada and, through its members, contributes to the environmental sustainability of the communities in which they operate.