milk metering technology Articles

  • Maxsys churns out 7.5% fuel consumption savings at leading UK cheese producer

    First Milk is the UK’s largest dairy farming co-operative. The £500 million turnover business has three operating divisions: Milk, Cheese and Ingredients. The First Milk Cheese Company’s Haverfordwest creamery has fitted the Maxsys Fuel System energy saving device to its three oil fired steam-raising boilers resulting in an impressive 7.5% fuel consumption saving and a ...


    By Maxsys Fuel Systems Ltd

  • Maxsys churns out 7.5% fuel consumption savings at leading UK cheese producer

    The First Milk Cheese Company’s Haverfordwest creamery has fitted the Maxsys Fuel energy saving systems to its three oil fired steam-raising boilers resulting in an impressive 7.5% fuel consumption saving and a return-on-investment in less than one year. First Milk is the UK’s largest dairy farming co-operative. The £500 million turnover business has three operating divisions: ...


    By Maxsys Fuel Systems Ltd

  • Anaerobic Digestion at Dairy Farms

    The need to upgrade dairy waste management practices to overcome pollution problems is leading more farmers to seek solutions with anaerobic digestion technology. Two recent examples of this trend are underway at California sites. The Cal Poly Dairy is located adjacent to the California Polytechnic State University campus in San Luis Obispo. The dairy milks 180 cows with a total population of ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • BioCycle world

    The Climate Action Reserve (CAR) Board of Directors unanimously adopted the Organic Waste Digestion (OWD) Project Protocol, which provides a standardized approach for quantifying, monitoring and verifying greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions from organic waste diversion projects. Development of the OWD protocol was described in a detailed article in last month’s BioCycle, “GHG Reductions From Organic ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Tapping the potential of codigestion

    Codigestion refers to processing multiple biodegradable substrates (feedstocks) in an anaerobic digestion (AD) system. A more contemporary definition refers to the digestion of a combination of select biodegradable feedstocks with a base substrate that an AD system was designed to handle. The intent is to maximize the production of biogas (i.e., renewable energy) by adding substrates that produce ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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