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The COMPOST MATTERS in Ontario 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

An Update on the Organics Recycling Vision for Ontario
The Compost Council of Canada

Pre-Processing Equipment: Experience and Insight
Greg Robles, Walker Environmental

Designing a Biogas system at the Toronto Zoo
Tom Ferencevic, Fiter Environmental Technologies Inc.

Residential Food Scraps Recycling: International Studies
Dan Martens, Novamont North America, Inc.

New Initiative!: On-Site Composting at a Food Bank
Graham Hill, Food For Life

Greening Canadian Landscapes
Vineland Research

Insect Frass – Current Research in Fertilization and Soil Amendments from an active Ontario Cricket Farm
Dr. Jarrod Goldin, Entomo Farms

Building Healthy Soil in the Greenbelt
Mel Luymes, Headland Ag-Enviro

Going Even Greener at the Niagara Parks Commission
Spencer Paul, Niagara Parks Commission

Emerging Issues
Susan Antler & Larry Conrad, 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.