The schedule and timing of individual presentations within a session is subject to change based on the actual length of each presentation. Contact hours are awarded for attendance at the session and will be given for the actual length of the session.
This session will present a summary of the draft regulations under SB 1383 as well as the estimated Co-Digestion Capacity in California, including food waste projections, capacity of existing systems to co-digest food waste, infrastructure/investments needed to maximize co-digestion, GHG reductions, regulatory/financial considerations, and lessons learned from case studies.
Understand the requirements and incentives of the regulations adopted to implement SB 1383 (short-lived climate pollutant reduction).
Identify key processes that must be in place to co-digest food waste slurry and understand the differences in food waste availability and co-digestion capacity in various regions of the state.
Understand the relative differences in potential costs/benefits for various biogas utilization alternatives.