EQ biosolids would not only pose the lowest risk to human health and the environment but the lowest risk of municipal liability as well." - American City and County, Shane Farolino of Roetzel & Andress.
With the transition from composting to anaerobic digestion, the Akron Renewable Energy Facility has seen a steady decrease in odor or noise complaints. In 2016 and 2017, there were ZERO! The amount of material on our site has reduced from roughly 85,000 cubic yards to roughly 13,000 cubic yards annually.
The amount of trucking in the Cuyahoga Valley has significantly reduced. There are less trucks bringing in amendments and taking out products. We pride ourselves on being a good neighbor to our towpath and park friends.
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KB BioEnergy works to be the example of preserving the Environment in which we live by creating an invaluable, sustainable renewable resource for The City of Akron and beyond.