NuTerra Director of Facilities Operations Lorrie Loder to Present at U.S. Composting Council’s 24th Annual Conference and Tradeshow

January 13, 2016

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NuTerra Director of Facilities Operations Lorrie Loder to Present at U.S. Composting Council’s 24th Annual Conference and Tradeshow



Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 8:30 am


Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront
225 East Coastline Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32202


River Terrace 1


Odor Control: Evolving Approaches to Biosolids Composting

** In addition to attending the session, media attendees are invited to visit NuTerra at booth #322, join us for a tour of NAS JAX and Miller Street facilities as well as attend the President’s Reception. If interested, please contact Jennifer Schwegman to pre-register.

About Lorrie Loder
As the Director of Facilities Operations for NuTerra Management, Lorrie Loder has over two decades of communications, compliance, operational and marketing experience. Ms. Loder’s extensive experience as an operations, compliance and communications professional provides NuTerra with strong management of the complex issues surrounding compost manufacturing, compost marketing, regulatory permitting and compliance. Ms. Loder’s proactive marketing engagement and educational campaigns with stakeholders has resulted in their understanding of compost manufacturing, composted products and the many benefits biosolids provide to society.

Ms. Loder has served on the U.S. Composting Council’s (USCC) Board of Directors since 2006 and was recently reelected as 2016 President/Chair of the Board. Ms. Loder has served on the Executive Committee member as Secretary from 2008 – 2011 and as Treasurer in 2012. She also served as Vice President and Board member of Mid-Atlantic Biosolids Association (MABA) and is a member of Water Environment Federation (WEF), National Biosolids Partnership (NBP), as well as many other service-based organizations.

About NuTerra
NuTerra designs, builds, and provides services for long-term sustainable organic waste and biosolids management solutions. The company has a 100 percent successful track record and has delivered an average savings of 40-plus percent in operating costs and 90-plus percent in energy consumption. In the industry’s most collaborative public-private partnerships, NuTerra efficiently addresses capital and operating expenses, regulatory compliance, public sentiment, and environmental issues (i.e. noise, odor, material handling, physical footprint, greenhouse gas emissions). Its “progressive” project delivery method is the most cost-effective approach for addressing population growth, urban encroachment, and failing infrastructure with a dramatic reduction in facility size. NuTerra further reduces investment and risk by using the industry’s only before-and-after financial and risk models based on verifiable operational and financial data, feasibility analysis, and proven advanced technologies. The company can help obtain financing for projects to address escalating capital requirements that are typically underfunded, and offers municipalities total waste reutilization by recycling nutrients into high-value, marketable end products that address diminishing disposal outlets, restrictive landfill capacity, escalating unit costs, increasing environmental regulations and rising energy costs. For more information, visit, follow us on Twitter @NuTerraMgmt or call 904-819-9170.

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