16th Annual Conference
BioCycle REFOR16

Renewable Energy From Organics Recycling

Oct. 17, 18, 19, 20, 2016
Orlando, Florida
Caribe Royale Hotel
Official
Conference Of
The American
Biogas Council
Anaerobic Digestion • Composting • Biogas Markets • Food Waste • Manure • Distributed Energy

Agenda: Monday Workshops | Tuesday & Wednesday Sessions, PDF of Agenda | Thursday Site Tours | Event Schedule | Keynote Speakers | Networking Events
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Site Tours
Thursday, October 20, 2016

Fee: $115 with 2-day conference registration

Updated 10.04

Tour Schedule

For participants with advanced reservations only. Lunch included.
Closed-toe shoes required. Be prepared for inclement weather.

Bus will pick up passengers in front of the Caribe Royale Convention Center.
Airport-bound passengers can load luggage on the bus prior to boarding.

 

7:15 AM   Board bus at Caribe Royale Convention Center
7:30 AM
Bus departs for site visits
8:15 AM
Arrive Anuvia Plant Nutrients
9:30 AM   Depart Anuvia Plant Nutrients
11:45 AM   Arrive Alliance Dairies
1:30 PM   Depart Alliance Dairies
4:00 PM   Arrive Orlando International Airport
4:30 PM   Arrive Caribe Royale

 

Anuvia Plant NutrientsZellwood, FloridaAnuvia Plant Nutrients

Anuvia recently opened its first environmentally friendly fertilizer production facility near Orlando — a $98 million project with capacity to manufacture over 200 tons/day of high-efficiency, multi nutrient, slow-release specialty commercial-grade fertilizer products. Feedstocks include municipal biosolids, food waste and digestate from anaerobic digester facilities; manures and algae could be accommodated. Tour includes background on facility siting, physical viewing of organics receiving area, odor control, fertilizer production, chemical storage, environmental controls and warehouse. 

 

Alliance DairiesTrenton, FloridaAlliance Dairies

A dairy farm with 6,100 mature cows and 5,500 replacements installed a DVO mixed plug flow digester designed for a freestall barn flush system in 2010 to reduce manure-related odors and generate power for the dairy operation. Separated solids are used for bedding, as well as soil amendments. Alliance Dairies was the first dairy in northern Florida to receive a permit from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for its sustainable wastewater management practices.