Slurry Storage Articles

  • Carlo genetics boar barn case study

    The Challenge: Ammonia levels in the unit were approximately 38 – 40 ppm (as measured by Carlo staff), even with the use of a liquid bacterial pit treatment and solids accumulation in the pit was creating an on-going maintenance problem The Objective Of The Treatment: Reduce ammonia levels in the barn, improve air quality, and reduce solids in the pits making pit maintenance easier. It is ...


    By Nordevco Associates Ltd.

  • Slurry Lagoon Mountmellick - case study

    Lining Tech have completed lining works to construct a cost efficient 1,000,000 gallon geomembrane lined slurry lagoon in Mountmellick, County Laois. Works included the installation of a 2.5mm smooth HDPE liner in accordance with the Department of agriculture's specification S126 for geomembrane lined slurry lagoon. Works also included the fabrication and sealing of five pipe boot details around ...

  • Carlo Genetics Boar Barn

    THE CHALLENGE: Ammonia levels in the unit were approximately 38 – 40 ppm (as measured by Carlo staff), even with the use of a liquid bacterial pit treatment and solids accumulation in the pit was creating an on-going maintenance problem THE OBJECTIVE OF THE TREATMENT: Reduce ammonia levels in the barn, improve air quality, and reduce solids in the pits making pit maintenance easier. It ...


    By Nordevco Associates Ltd.

  • Phosphorus distribution in untreated and composted solid fractions from slurry separation

    Received for publication May 7, 2009. The distribution of phosphorus (P) (water-soluble inorganic P [Pi], acid-soluble Pi, and residual P) was determined in 40 samples of solids from solid–liquid separated slurry. These were collected from separation plants using different technologies, separating by simple mechanical means, by flocculation as pre-treatment before mechanical separation or by ...

  • Effect of cattle slurry separation on greenhouse gas and Ammonia emissions during storage

    Storage of cattle slurry leads to emissions of methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), ammonia (NH3), and carbon dioxide (CO2). On dairy farms, winter is the most critical period in terms of slurry storage due to cattle housing and slurry field application prohibition. Slurry treatment by separation results in reduced slurry dry matter content and has considerable potential to reduce gaseous ...

  • Hog lagoon treatment in Korea

    The hog farm lagoon system located in South Korea was completed crusted over prior to innoculation with AquaClean. The covering was approximately one inch thick. AquaClean was applied to the system with standard usage rate. Within 3 days, the solid covering was broken apart and after 4 days was dissolved into slurry form After 5 days, most floating solids had disappeared, and after only 45 ...


    By BluePlanet Labs

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