this podcast series will complement the online lessons very well because listeners will hear about practical cases and receive peer- advice from the field
Malmo, Sweden (PRWEB) December 12, 2013
Following-up on the success of their online course, teaching separate collection of organic materials, bio-digesting and composting, Compostory.org announces the launch of The Organic Stream. The new podcast series is intended to inspire and inform on the latest in resource recovery while showcasing the new ways communities are managing their “organic waste” globally.
“We were looking for a format that would keep our audience abreast of the various resource recovery projects currently developing around the world,” says Camille Duran, Co-Founder of Compostory.org. “It is vital to spread success stories and expert insights in this area and this podcast series will complement the online lessons very well because listeners will hear about practical cases and receive peer- advice from the field.”
The podcast episodes are hosted by Eleen Murphy who also co-produces the series. “The interview format is powerful because it gives a voice to change agents in our societies,” says Eleen. “Although these topics may be complex, we're aiming to engage and uplift our listeners by focusing on the positive changes that are happening around the world regarding organics recycling.”
Compostory.org also just released Lesson 4 – Implementing Separate Collection for Organic Materials on their learning center. This lesson focuses on the dynamics of a separate collection system and offers an implementation road map with guidelines on how to measure system performance.
The course participants who need support with their projects can find expertise on Compostory.org – The Directory, a new tool designed to serve as a gateway to the Resource Recovery Industry. Users can search for consulting firms and equipment companies in their region and access information to guide their purchasing decisions.
Compostory.org is a not-for-profit project initiated by Green White Space in 2013, aiming to democratize knowledge in the field of composting, anaerobic digestion and source separation of organics in our cities and at the farm. The platform today addresses an audience encompassing more than 20 countries and the course, delivered free-of-charge, will soon be available in additional languages to reach more communities worldwide.