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Farm Composting: Case Studies/Updates - Shared screen with speaker view
Joshua Bristol
40:45
How large does an on farm composting operation have to be to need a permit?
Michael Carignan
43:57
sounds good
Gary Drucker
44:06
audio is good
Patty McGrath
44:23
audio fine
Patty McGrath
51:40
Great info Jim - that was very interesting. I live near several horse farms here in Maryland!
Chelsey Hahn
01:15:48
Remember: Use this chat box to post any questions you have for the panelists. Thank you!
Cheryl Cappiali
01:22:57
Thanks for the great presentations today! I have a meeting at 5:00, and need to leave, so I’ll finish watching later. Wonderful series!
Michelle Andrews
01:23:19
I've never heard of the compost fleece. Who sells it?
Kim ORourke
01:26:30
Can Joe put his contact information in the chat box?
Chelsey Hahn
01:27:08
Joseph WettemannSenior Sanitary EngineerSubsurface Disposal & AgricultureWater Permitting & EnforcementConnecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection79 Elm Street, Hartford, CT 06106-5127P: 860.424.3803|F: 860.424.4074 |E: joseph.wettemann@ct.gov
Greg McCarron, SCS Engineers
01:44:04
Joe, based on some of the case study examples, what is required for contact water management?
Aaron Friedman-Heiman
01:44:11
Michael, this is an excellent presentation, is there any way you are able to share this?
Chelsey Hahn
01:46:32
The webinar is being recorded and will be available here: https://ctrcd.org/connecticut-compost-webinar/
Dawn Pettinelli
01:50:48
Are the moisture contents of feedstocks actually measured or derived from tables?
Patty McGrath
01:52:00
Is there a scale you need for a composting operation to make a profit? Is there a type of composting operation that is more likely to be profitable for use off the composting operation?
Patty McGrath
01:52:44
Does AgreSource work with Gore covered systems?
Greg McCarron, SCS Engineers
01:55:19
Michael, please clarify that Part 503 concerns biosolids composting.
Dan Gallagher
02:02:36
Cost of a compost test at Penn State?
Brian Jerose
02:03:09
Regarding compost pile covers, ComposTex is one that I'm most familiar with.
Patty McGrath
02:11:01
Excellent presentation - thanks Michael!
Amanda Fargo-Johnson
02:12:29
Great presentations today everyone, thank you! Thanks to CT DEEP for hosting this webinar series.
Pamela Roach
02:19:16
Can you provide the link for the pdf of the presentations in this Webinar Series
Michelle Andrews
02:19:27
Thank you!!
Dan Gallagher
02:19:31
Does anyone use earthworms in their process
Dan Gallagher
02:19:53
Thank you
Chelsey Hahn
02:19:57
https://ctrcd.org/connecticut-compost-webinar/ is where you can find the recordings
Genevieve Morgan
02:20:16
Thank you! Excellent webinar series. Well done, all.
Patty McGrath
02:20:52
Echo thanks to all who contributed to this excellent series
Greg McCarron, SCS Engineers
02:21:32
there is a commercial vermicompost facility in Utica NY
Ryan Cooper
02:22:21
Thanks everyone!