Amy McCrae Kessler on the Dynamics of Diversion

News & Events on April 12th, 2017

In April 2017’s Biomass Magazine, Amy McCrae Kessler, Esq., shares her thoughts on the efficacy of  organics diversion mandates in stimulating the deployment of organics recycling infrastructure, the delay between advances in public policy and industry action and how diversion mandates should be viewed as just one spoke in the wheel of policy and legislation needed to unlock the development potential of these complex projects spanning multiple industry sectors:  sustainable materials management, renewable energy, nutrient management, soil web replenishment, water conservation, storm water control, climate change mitigation, among others.  For more, see Diversion Dynamics – Biomass Magazine April 2017