One of the first devices of its kind in North America, the new pyrolysis machine can convert 20 tons of biomass (materials from plants and animals that can be used for energy) into biofuel in a day.
Environmental Studies students Sara Simmons and Camilla Bottelberghe are featured in this week's edition of Utah State Today for their work updating the USU campus waste and recycling bins. They successfully obtained a Blue Goes Green Grant to fund their work.
Enjoy photos from Fall 2014 Professional Orientation Field Trip to Logan Canyon's Spawn Creek. Dr. Chris Luecke, dean of the Quinney College of Natural Resources, led students in ENVS/WATS/WILD 2000 in data collection techniques: