Organics Management Services

Helping clients transition towards alternative methods.

Cornerstone experts use their decades of experience managing material and beneficially reusing traditional waste materials to help clients integrate organics management systems into existing infrastructure or build new and efficient facilities.

From feasibility analysis to facility design and layout, our extensive experience in transfer stations, MRFs, landfills, and biogas management make Cornerstone the unique and clear choice when using or upgrading composting technology, adding anaerobic digestion or changing the recipe going into an existing anaerobic digester at a WWTP or stand-along unit.

Our Organics Management services include:

  • Aerated Static Pile Composting
    • Permitting
    • Equipment recommendations
    • Pad layout
    • Air distribution design
    • Pilot plan development
    • Process logic diagrams for monitoring and operations
    • Site and civil design
  • Anaerobic Digesters (wet to dry)
    • Permitting to accept food waste
    • Equipment recommendations and layout
    • Building design, including air handling
    • Air permitting
    • Biogas collection/distribution/treatment/conversion
  • Development Services
    • Feasibility and economic siting studies
    • Environmental site planning
    • Ongoing compliance support

How Can We Help You?

  • Would you like to incorporate organics into a wastewater treatment plant digester?
  • Need to increase your recycling rate?
  • Want to accept more tonnage at your composting facility but have limited footprint?
  • How do I select the right AD for my situation?
  • Want to create RNG with you AD biogas?

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Project Experience

Read about a digester that uses manure and other organic substrates to generate methane

Learn how we designed a system to recover methane produced from anaerobic digestion and condition it for heat, power, and fuel

See how we helped transition traditional windrow composting to a covered aerated static pile system capable of increased tonnages

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