Aggregated Waste to Energy (W2E)

Posted by AMPC Blogger on Oct 19, 2020

More waste can be an opportunity, particularly when regional businesses collaborate around turning bio-wastes into a cheaper source of energy, thereby diverting wastes from landfill, reducing waste disposal costs, and improving environmental outcomes. Similarly, abattoirs and feedlots are beginning to appreciate the energy and environmental advantages of multi-fuel biomass boilers, which can turn agricultural wastes like cotton gin trash, paunch, waste grain and forestry residues into renewable energy.

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Topics: energy, Science, Wastewater

Emissions Reduction - Pathways and Opportunities

Posted by AMPC Blogger on Aug 18, 2020
This project evaluated the likely cost implications for red meat processors under three different greenhouse gas emission pathways:
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Topics: innovation, AMPC, research, Economics, costs, energy, Science

2019 Science Innovation Award Winner

Posted by AMPC Blogger on Mar 1, 2019

The Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC) is delighted to announce that Queensland University of Technology’s plasma scientist, Dr. Kateryna (Katia) Bazaka, is the AMPC award recipient for this year’s 2019 Science and Innovation Awards.

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Topics: Awards, ABARES, innovation, Science, Wastewater, Plasma, 2019