The San Miguel School in Providence was awarded a Loraine Tisdale grant in order for them to improve their own composting process at the school.
Students and teachers at the Henry Barnard School, working with the Rhode Island College Environmental Club, will create an educational video about composting that will teach other students at HBS how to properly separate out food scrap for composting. In addition, the video will be shared with other schools around the state.
The Agenda for the 2016 Rhode Island Compost Conference and Trade Show to be held March 10, 2016.
Anaerobic Digestion and Orbit Energy’s Efforts to Build a Digester in Johnston, RI
- Anwar Shareef, President, Orbit Energy
on March 16, 2015 during the RI Compost Conference & Trade Show at Kingston, Rhode Island.
- Christine Beling, Project Engineer, Assistance and Pollution Prevention Unit, U.S. EPA
- Krystal Noiseux, Recycling Program Manager, Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation
at the Rhode Island Compost Conference & Trade Show on March 16, 2015.
The program for the 2015 Compost Conference & Trade Show to be held on March 16, 2015 at URI's Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences, Kingston, Rhode Island.
Agenda for 2015 Compost Conference & Trade Show taking place on Monday, March 16, 2015.
Planning and Running Sustainable Events in Newport: Resource List for Event Organizers was prepared by the Energy and Environment Commission and the Clean City Program of Newport, RI in March 2013. It was compiled to provide event planners with a list of resources to help create more sustainable local events. It was part of Lauren Carson's presentation to the 2014 Compost Conference in Newport, RI.
This is a checklist created by Newport, RI's Clean City Program to help event planners create more sustainable events in Newport, RI. It was part of Lauren Carson's presentation to the 2014 Compost Conference in Newport, RI.
This file is a Memorandum Of Understanding from the City of Newport, RI's Recycling Container Lending Program to Event Organizers who can borrow recycling containers for various city events to make those events more environmentally sustainable. It was contributed by Lauren Carson as part of her presentation at the 2014 Compost Conference.