Development and Assessment of Cost-Effective Sustainable Integrated Organics Management Strategies
Investigators: North Carolina State University
Award Amount: $127,525
organics diversion strategies.
SWOLF’s optimization capability will be used to perform the firstthrough the following research objectives:
- renewable energy policy, and fuel price scenarios for next 30 years.
- Use projections and process models in SWOLF to analyze the cost and environmental impacts associated with organics management strategies and policies.