Sometimes good things lurk in the FOG. In this case, FOG is a waste product—fats, oils, and grease—and it’s a major reason why the City of Gresham was able to turn its wastewater treatment plant from an energy hog into the first net zero energy plant in the Pacific Northwest.
How a family-owned composting business transforms the Northwest garbage industry, captures carbon, changes consumer behavior and creates jobs.
"Our program has really significantly impacted this community in developing a great carbon reduction story." - Steve Banchero, President, Cedar Grove Composting