Pacific Southwest, Region 9
Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations
Waste To Biogas Mapping Tool
Frequently Asked Questions
- What information do these maps display?
- What are the limitations of interactive maps?
- Who should use this information?
- How can I get additional information on particular facility?
- Are facilities missing from the map?
What information do these maps display?
This interactive map shows the locations of select sources of organic waste and potential users in the Pacific Southwest. Facilities include both those that generate or collect significant quantities of organic waste, and those that can anaerobically digest that waste and create biogas. PLEASE CONTACT THE FACILITIES DIRECTLY FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION ON SERVICES AND MATERIALS PROVIDED AND TO VERIFY LOCATIONS. Contact information is available in pop-up bubbles for each facility once you have performed a search (see Instructions).
What are the limitations of interactive maps?
Interactive mapping tools are a challenge for accessibility due to the inherent visual aspects of mapping. These maps cannot be made fully accessible under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (as amended in 1998). For further assistance, please email the Biogas Map Team (email@example.com). In addition, EPA does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information nor have we assessed the qualifications of the organizations listed.
How can I get additional information on particular facility?
To display information about a particular site, either click on one of the facilities listed in the search results or use your mouse to hover over one of the icons to launch a pop-up balloon on the map. Click on the additional links provided in the balloon for further information. For California dairies please contact Western United Dairymen at 209-527-6453 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. ALWAYS CONTACT THE FACILITY DIRECTLY TO VERIFY THE INFORMATION.
Are facilities missing from the map?
There may be facilities missing from the map, and we encourage anyone aware of additional facilities in the Pacific Southwest to contact us.