Vancouver considers anaerobic digestion to tackle dog waste

Currently, dog waste is collected in plastic bags that do not quickly or easily break down, so diverting the waste from landfill has become a priority for the city. Vancouver is considering a contracted service or partnership to tackle dog waste using automated waste de-bagging with methods to separate the waste from bags for processing, direct injection into the city sewage system for processing at waste plants, anaerobic digestion or composting.

Here’s the scoop.
Study: Comparative Analysis of Dog Waste Processing Methods for Metro Vancouver


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