RFP Released to Develop Issue Paper on Bioreactors and In-Situ Composting
The Climate Action Reserve has released a Request for Proposals (RFP) to develop an issue paper that covers two methods of controlling or avoiding methane emissions from the decay of organic waste in landfills: bioreactors and in-situ composting. The issue paper will address each topic individually along with the possibility of combining methods into one project protocol. The issue paper will support and add to the Reserve’s initial assessments and scoping research on these topics.
Details about the RFP, application process and full scope of work are available on the Future Protocol Development webpage. Proposals must be submitted by email, fax or mail no later than 5:00 PM PDT on July 28, 2011.
Questions about the RFP and submission process may be directed to the Policy team at [email protected].
As the premier carbon offset registry for the North American carbon market, the Climate Action Reserve works to ensure environmental benefit, integrity and transparency in market-based solutions that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It establishes high quality standards for carbon offset projects, oversees independent third-party verification bodies, issues carbon credits generated from such projects and tracks the transaction of credits over time in a transparent, publicly-accessible system. By facilitating and encouraging the creation of GHG emission reduction projects, the Climate Action Reserve program promotes immediate environmental and health benefits to local communities, allows project developers access to additional revenues and brings credibility and value to the carbon market. The Climate Action Reserve is a private 501c(3) nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, California. For more information, please visit www.climateactionreserve.org.
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