A Presentation & Discussion By Mei-Ling Shek

rk ml pixabay virusOn July 27, 2017, some members of EGG attended a tour of the Zanker Road Recycling Center. In today's meeting, Mei-Ling Shek will talk about our observations of the tour and show some pictures taken during the tour. Members who attended are encouraged to provide Mei-Ling with any interesting photos you think would be of interest to attendees.

The host will give a short presentation on anaerobic digestion for biogas production, as a follow-up of our visit to Zero Waste Energy's bio-digester facility which is the largest in the world and located next door to Zanker Recycling.

A future field trip to the Central Energy Facility at Stanford University will also be discussed. It is encouraged that if you want to go on this field trip, provide information to EGG as soon as possible since space is limited.
Thursday Morning Meeting, May 04, 2017 8:00am - 9:30am
Free, No reservations required, but it would be appreciated if you register on our Meetup site.
Saratoga Federated Church, Richards Hall, 20390 Park Place, Saratoga, CA 95070
Enter on west side, corner of Oak Place and Saratoga-Los Gatos Rd (Highway 9).
About The Presenter
Mei-Ling Shek, has degrees in chemistry and applied physics, and has worked as a scientist and engineer in national laboratories as well as startup companies (telecom and solar). She has also taught physics and introductory nanotechnology courses. Besides volunteering for the EcoGreen Group, she is a member of the Natural Resources Defense Council and other environmental organizations. 
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