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Agriculture Wastewater services for Agriculture Management

  • Ecological Sanitation Services

    Most people , regard human excreta and wastewater as  smelly and disgusting to get rid of as quick as possible. But why do we “waste” something valuable? Ecological sanitation considers human excreta and household wastewater as resources that can be safely collected, treated, and reused in a variety of ways.

    By Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) based in Geneva, SWITZERLAND. from Sanitation Service line

  • Agricultural wastewater · consultants

    Agriculture is a highly intensified industry in many parts of the world, producing a range of wastewaters requiring a variety of treatment technologies and management practices. Agricultural wastewater treatment relates to the treatment of wastewaters produced in the course of agricultural activities. Soil washed off fields is the largest source ...

    By Canarina Environmental Software based in Canary Islands, SPAIN.

  • Agriculture Organic Waste Management

    As chemical fertilizer prices continue to rise, your manure becomes more and more valuable as a natural and effective alternative to costly chemical applications.Leaving organic solids accumulating in your manure collection system (lagoon, holding tank,slurry-store, pit) means that you are leaving a valuable resource behind and spending more money ...

    By Nordevco Associates Ltd. based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA). from BactiDomus Technology Service line

  • Water and Nutritional Audits

    Starting with a foundation in the nutritional monitoring of crops, we´ve focused on specific case-studies in order to implement a monitoring tool that allows us to audit different processes.

    By AGQ Labs based in Burguillos, SPAIN. from Agronomy Service line

  • Agricultural Wastewater Services

    Animal and crop wastes are frequently used as a feedstock for anaerobic digesters. Swine and dairy farms, as well as other facilities that handle manure as liquids and slurries, are incorporating biogas recovery systems, including anaerobic digesters that capture and combust biogas to produce alternative fuels, like BioCNG, or generate ...

    By BioCNG, LLC based in Madison WI, WISCONSIN (USA). from Biogas Opportunities Service line

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