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Anaerobic Digestion & Environmental Justice: Solutions for Wasted Food Webinar Series & Materials

The Project Team has engaged a group of stakeholders, including government officials, AD companies, NGOs, consultants, researchers, and others in providing input and oversight for the Project. The Project Team developed a series of documents and training materials into an online toolkit.

View our guides and additional materials here:

Regulatory Guide

  • A Guide to successfully navigating environmental regulatory requirements and related state EJ policies/laws

Community Engagement Guide

  • A best practice guide on effective engagement with EJ communities in planning for AD operations

English “What’s AD and How Can I Get Involved?” Roadmap

Spanish “What’s AD and How Can I Get Involved?” Roadmap

  • A short “What’s AD and How Can I Get Involved?” Road Map designed to help municipal officials and residents in EJ communities where AD facilities may be located understand the basics of AD, the overall regulatory landscape, and the opportunities available for meaningful engagement in decision-making

The Project involved a series of webinars for targeted audiences, including AD operators and consultants and community groups, on the topics covered in these written materials.

View our webinars here:

NEWMOA partnered with the Northeast Recycling Council (NERC), Clean and Healthy New York, and the Connecticut Coalition for Economic and Environmental Justice to launch a Project in 2022 that is designed to develop and implement strategies for overcoming these challenges, and, thereby, support expansion of AD capacity in the northeast. The Project is funded by a grant from EPA Region 2.

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