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  • Rutgers EcoComplex - HOME
    beyond It also serves as a hub of education and outreach for the clean alternative energy and environmental community Benefits of working with the EcoComplex include Soft Landings Program for foreign clean energy businesses that need assistance to enter the US market and locate in New Jersey Access to Rutgers faculty expertise and high tech analytical equipment On Site Engineering Expertise Technology scale up capabilities indoor and outdoor Access to conferences and other relevant events such as entrepreneurial networking forums and workshops with experts in law strategy development accounting and other business disciplines Networking opportunities SBIR STTR Collaboration Rutgers Faculty Business mentoring Connection to venture capital and angel investors Human resources support workforce training Competitive rates and flexible terms Access to Business equipment high speed internet conference rooms mailroom and free parking On site access to many types of biomass feedstocks including biogas for project development Access to graducate and undergraduate student interns TechConnect 2015 The Rutgers EcoComplex Intern Julia Burmistrova and Assistant Director David Specca represented the EcoComplex and NJCERN at TechConnect 2015 National Innovation Summit and Showcase in Washington DC June 14 17 The EcoComplex is a partnership with the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders News Events Lab Rentals 700sqft of lab space is currently available at the EcoComplex Competitive price with 2 fume hoods and ample bench space Lab rental includes business support services conference room useage business plan assistance marketing brand support and investor connections EcoComplex Awarded the NBIA Soft Landings International Incubator Designation Biomass Magazine features Rutgers University assessment on bioenergy potential in New Jersey 2015 Recipients of the Jerome Goldstein Scholarship Fund Complete Summer Internships 2015 Recipients of the Jerome Goldstein Scholarship Fund For EcoEntrepreneuring left to right Ashley Pennington Kevin Marceski Alessandra Looman Catrice Carter and Julia Burmistrova NJ Spotlight Highlights NJAES

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  • Rutgers EcoComplex - ABOUT US
    NJ CEIC Conference Center Incubator Businesses Photo Gallery Eco Entrepreneurship Useful Links Driving Directions Follow Us About Us More Information Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Our Mission Our Staff Directions to the EcoComplex Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological

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  • Rutgers EcoComplex - PROGRAM AREAS
    The recovery and utilization of landfill methane and carbon dioxide also mitigates the emission of greenhouse gases to the our atmosphere and that s good for our environment The EcoComplex s one acre greenhouse is a commercial real life demonstration of landfill gas cogeneration at work The greenhouse office and lab spaces at the facility are heated by landfill gas as are the aquaculture and agriculture systems that allow for year round production of food crops Through monitoring landfill bioactivity categorizing waste materials estimating life cycles of and categorizing consumer electronics investigating how to demanufacture electrical equipment analyzing methane production and studying landfill gas cleanup we are learning more each day about landfill gas as a resource New crops for biomass production are being investigated at the EcoComplex as well as intensive year round crop production These efforts work in conjunction with New Jersey s Open Space Preservation Program to ensure the continued viability of agriculture in New Jersey in light of the changing marketplace The EcoComplex is also exploring ethanol production in New Jersey as a renewable fuel source for automobiles Locally grown field corn plant biomass and municipal solid wastes are being considered as feedstocks for the ethanol

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  • Education
    educating and training the clean energy and environmental agricultural sustainable energy an energy efficiency technologies that can remediate and maintain our precious resources for future generations Programs focus on environmental agricultural sustainable energy and energy efficiency technologies that can remediate and maintain our precious resources for future generations The EcoComplex s educational and meeting facilities are fully equipped with distance learning capabilities and include classrooms conference rooms and an auditorium

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  • Rutgers EcoComplex - RESEARCH FACILITIES
    harnesses research and education resources towards the development and industrial application of innovative environmental agricultural technologies The EcoComplex is headquartered in a two story 32 000 square foot building Laboratories Six labs Click here for more information Education Conference The educational and conference functions of the EcoComplex are served by approximately 4200 square feet of instruction area The facility includes 120 seat auditorium with state of the art presentation equipment one 40 seat classroom one 18 seat classroom and large conference room For more information please visit our conference center page Technology Demonstration A 1900 square foot two story scale up lab is designed to allow adequate space for pilot scale demonstration units of new environmental technologies Click here for more information Office Space Along with laboratories and demonstration space there is also office space availble for rent through our business incubation program Research and Demonstration Greenhouse A state of the art research and demonstration greenhouse is part of the EcoComplex facility The greenhouse consists of a 3000 square foot nursery a 46 000 square foot production house and a 10 000 square foot pole barn headhouse The energy needs of the facility are provided though the utilization of landfill

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  • Rutgers EcoComplex - ABOUT US
    and Technology Council WTERT NJ CERN NJ CEIC Conference Center Incubator Businesses Photo Gallery Eco Entrepreneurship Useful Links Driving Directions Follow Us University Collaborators More Information Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Arend Jan A J Both Margaret Brennan Tonetta Ph D Gef Flimlin Uta Krogmann Mark Robson Peter F Strom The Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Resources Program Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Search Rutgers Rutgers New Jersey

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  • Assessment of Biomass Energy Potential In New Jersey: Rutgers EcoComplex
    the technologies used to produce bioenergy In this report you will find Updated Feedstock Assessment characteristics and quantity of biomass feedstocks Updated Technology Assessment updated efficiencies and technology adoption information Updated statewide mapping of waste biomass resources and bioenergy potential Estimated potential greenhouse gas emissions reductions based on scenarios a new section Policy recommendations for moving New Jersey into the forefront of bioenergy innovation The Ultimate goal is that these deliverables will create a well informed base upon which to develop viable bioenergy programs for New Jersey Biomass energy is a broad definition for biologically derived renewable materials that can be used to produce heat electric power transportation fuels and bio based intermediaries products and chemicals In addition the Bioenergy Calculator and interactive biomass resource database were updated with more current biomass and technology information that estimates potential biopower and biofuel generation from current and projected biomass feedstocks in New Jersey through 2025 The results of this study create a strong foundation for developing a bio based renewable energy industry in the state Recommended next steps include the establishment of an effective institutional regulatory and feedstock supply infrastructure as well as comprehensive strategic and tactical industry development plans Assessment of

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  • Waste-to-Energy Research and Technology Council (WTERT): Rutgers EcoComplex
    socially equitable Clean Energy is Electricity Heat and Transportation Fuel that produces less environmental emissions including Greenhouse Gases GHG than current fossil fuel based alternatives Clean Energy from Waste based Feedstocks is especially attractive because it also solves other environmental and social problems that are prevalent in our rapidly developing world The EcoComplex is technology and feedstock neutral in supporting clean energy from waste systems as long as they meet

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