Come hear the latest on the biodigester and learn more about local and global efforts around food waste reduction at Princeton Studies Food’s conference, RIPE FOR THE PICKING: Repurposing wasted resources in our food system
Event is free and open to the public, but registration is needed to receive lunch.
Learn more about FOR Solution’s innovative composting technology from founder, Dr. Nick Smith-Sebasto.
Great article by Victor Hua ’21 highlighting the biodigester and how it contributes to the University’s sustainability goals:
Check out this video made by Jared Flesher capturing the delivery of the biodigester to campus on December 20, 2017!
See the About section for more information about the biodigester including details about the system and how it will advance the sustainability goals of the University.
Beginning in early 2018, the University will pilot a food waste composting system behind the Fitzrandolph Observatory. The in-vessel aerobic digester will convert a portion of campus food waste into a soil amendment for University grounds, while serving as a living laboratory for multi-disciplinary investigations into all aspects of food waste conversion.
This website will document the process of the biodigester and provide more information about the project including Research Opportunities, photos and videos and more.