Anaerobic Digestion • Biogas • Composting • Food Waste • Manure • Renewable Natural Gas
18th Annual Conference
BioCycle REFOR17

Renewable Energy From Organics Recycling

Oct. 15, 16, 17, 18, 2018
Raleigh, North Carolina
Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley
Conference Of
The American
Biogas Council

Call For Papers: BIOCYCLE REFOR18

BIOCYCLE REFOR18 Presentation Requirements For Equipment Vendors, Service Providers

Due to the volume of abstracts submitted by equipment vendors and service providers, BioCycle Conference organizers have established the following criteria:

  • Presentations must be case studies, planning process, and or third party research findings. Abstracts focused solely on vendors' equipment, systems and/or services will not be accepted.
  • Case studies should be presented from the point of view of a facility manager/operator. BioCycle prefers case studies be presented by the project or facility manager/operator.
  • Details should include why and how the project started; unique barriers encountered and or innovative solutions developed during project planning; description of operations.

Accepting abstracts now
for presentations on
October 16-17, 2018.

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BIOCYCLE REFOR18 includes four tracks of sessions. One track is being organized by the American Biogas Council (ABC). BIOCYCLE REFOR18 is the Official Conference of ABC.

Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words.

Deadline for abstract submittal is July 1, 2018. Abstract selection will be completed by July 15, 2018; notifications will be emailed on or before that date.

Speakers will be responsible for a discounted registration fee of $375 (includes attendance of all sessions on October 16 and 17, exhibit hall, two continental breakfasts, two lunches and refreshment breaks). The one-day discounted speaker registration fee is $275.

When you submit an abstract, you'll be asked for Abstract Title, Abstract, contact information and a brief speaker biography (Education/Employment, maximum of 75 words)



Suggested Topics

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Business Of Biogas

Fundable Anaerobic Digestion Projects: Critical Components

Financing Tools And Investment Opportunities

Public-Private Partnership Strategies

Business Case To Integrate AD And Composting

Streamlining Project Development 

Feedstocks, Materials Handling

Feedstock Sourcing And Contracts

Cleaning, Depackaging Food Waste Streams

Food Waste Collection, Route Efficiencies

Contaminant Prevention And Removal Strategies

Feedstock Receiving, Mixing, Pumping

Anaerobic Digester Management

Critical Control Points And Process Optimization

Operator Training

Odor Control At AD Facilities

AD Facility Monitoring, Troubleshooting And Rescue

Boosting Biogas Production — Operator Experiences

Accelerating Infrastructure Development

Codigestion At Water Resource Recovery Plants

Farm Digesters And Biogas Market Economics

Codigestion At Dairy Digesters

Successful Municipal And Public Engagement Strategies

Digestion, Composting And Community Resilience

Biogas Markets

Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Opportunity Analysis

Electric To The Grid Opportunity Analysis

Utility Engagement — Making The Biogas Case

Biogas To Vehicles — RNG And Electric

AD Biogas And D3, D5 RIN Realities

Digestate And Compost Markets

Standards, Organic Certification, Product Development

Digestate Market Assessment

Nutrient Recovery

Digestate Composting

Market Limiting Gaps And Opportunities

Public Policies, Regulatory Realities

Federal And State AD And Biogas Policy Trends

Biogas Market Stimulants — RINs, RECs, Low Carbon Fuels, Tax Credits

Organics Bans And Mandates

State AD And Biogas Regulations: Models And Templates

Renewable Fuel Standard, 2018 Farm Bill Updates