While animal manure is piling up around the world, threatening widespread pollution, the U.S. trails Europe and other parts of the world in finding a solution. ”Our recent research shows that anaerobic digestion and biogas can help reduce global GHG emissions by 10% to13% and in some of the hardest to decarbonize sectors: agriculture, transport, and heat,” says David Newman, president of the World Biogas Association, an ABC member. “We’re currently only processing 2% of the organic feedstock available into green energy and bio-fertilisers.” SGTech, a small Israeli start-up and another ABC member, says its technology reduces the process from months to days and cuts investment costs by half while at the same time eliminating harmful waste, boosting the biogas’s energy yield and cutting the amount of solids for compost. More >>