Recycle Michael interviews the esteemed Sally Brown, talking about bio resources, compost vs. anaerobic digestion, carbon sequestration using biosolids and more good s**t.
Sally Brown is a Research Professor, in the School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, College of the Environment, University of Washington, Seattle. http://faculty.washington.edu/slb/
While her work is highly regarded in academic circles, she is also a terrific writer, featured columnist and editor for Biocycle (https://www.biocycle.net/).
Her recent columns include:
Compost and Methane avoidance : https://www.biocycle.net/2020/02/25/connections-compost-methane-avoidance/
Short term carbon cycle https://www.biocycle.net/2020/03/03/connections-compost-cant-decay-place/
Enhanced tree growth with organics: https://www.biocycle.net/2020/03/24/connections-hail-trees-biosolids/
Irrigation water savings with organics: https://www.biocycle.net/2020/04/14/connections-compost-cheapest-irrigation-system/
Episode edited by Crystal Awareness