Agricultural Waste News

  • Host of Nutrient Platform Members Meeting

    Coming Thursday, March 23rd, Eijkelkamp Soil & Water will host the Members Meeting of the Nutrient Platform. The Nutrient Platform is a cross-sectoral network of Dutch organizations that believe in a pragmatic approach towards nutrient scarcity. Frontrunners, like Eijkelkamp Soil & Water, from the water sector, agriculture, waste sector and chemical industry have joined forces to close ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Transforming agriculture to address climate change and other global challenges

    The agricultural sector must transform itself not only to achieve food and nutrition security for all, but also to help address global challenges such as climate change and antimicrobial resistance, FAO Director- General José Graziano da Silva said today. In a speech to ministers, government, private sector and civil society representatives attending the biannual meeting of FAO's Committee ...

  • WasteToEnergyNews Agricultural Waste to Power Colombian Egg Farms to Gasification System Progression at California Army Base

    From agricultural waste to power Columbian eggs farms to a gasification system progressing at a California army base, it’s clear waste-to-energy is becoming a winning ticket in all walks of life. Here’s a look at some stories that caught our eye… Are recreational power plants the future? ...


    By Rethink Events Ltd.

  • Shrimp growth breakthrough

    Aligning the right high-specification nutrition with precise feed management procedures could bring a new golden era for shrimp farmers in Ecuador and across Latin America. Skretting has gone through countless aspects of shrimp feed management, with strong emphasis on confirming the best nutrient composition of its feeds as well as to establish the optimal number of feed occasions. In controlling ...


    By Skretting - Nutreco Group

  • Maximising the yield of agricultural crop residues and biomass from forestry

    There is a huge potential for yield increase of agricultural crop residues and biomass from forestry in the European Union, Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. In a study for the European Commission, Ecofys has investigated the realistic and technical-sustainable potential for these regions. The research team developed and assessed best practice strategies for residue yield increase with regard to their ...


    By Ecofys

  • The quality of olive mills in Palestina is signed Pieralisi

    Last 21st January 2016 took place in Ramallah the event organized by the Institute of Palestinian Quality Control under the patronage of the Palestinian Authority, both the Agriculture and National Economy Ministry. The best 15 olive millsin Palestina were honored during the ceremony, 14 are Pieralisi customers. This year the olive mills won ...


    By Pieralisi Group

  • Phase I Of The Nutrient Recycling Challenge Competition Announced

    On November 12, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other environmental and scientific experts to create the Nutrient Recycling Challenge (NRC). The competition was created to develop technology to recycle ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • OriginClear and Farm Equipment Distributor Team Up to Treat Agricultural Effluent

    OriginClear Inc. (OTC/QB: OOIL), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, and Renewable Water Technologies (RWT), a spin-off of Wisconsin’s Renewable Algae Group, plan to form a joint venture (JV) to offer ...


    By OriginClear Inc.

  • Corn Residue Great Option for Livestock Supplemental Feed

    Corn residue left over from harvesting can make an excellent source of supplemental feed for livestock, according to a forage expert from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University. This is especially true for producers who are facing lower hay crop inventories thanks to the excessive rains that impacted the region during the beginning of the ...


    By Ohio State University

  • New partnership to promote sustainable mechanization of agriculture

    FAO and the European Agricultural Machinery Industry Association CEMA , an international non-profit organisation, today forged a new partnership that aims to promote wider use of sustainable agricultural mechanization in developing countries. The two organizations will work together to manage and disseminate knowledge on sustainable approaches to agricultural mechanization. They will ...

  • Feedstock Testing by Greenbelt Resources Proves Successful

    Earlier this year Greenbelt Resources Corporation (OTC: GRCO), a producer of sustainable energy production systems,  launched an innovative program offering use of its operating commercial-scale facility to third parties for  ...

  • It’s a (bio)gas, gas, gas for British farmers

    Land, labour and capital resource-related requirements, as well as significant regulatory and financial barriers are preventing more farmers from adopting an important renewable energy technology – Anaerobic Digestion, or Biogas to give it its shorthand name – according to research published in the International Journal of Business Performance and Supply Chain Modelling. Animal ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Rooftop farming: The next steps for development

    Urban agriculture is becoming increasingly popular. A recent assessment of rooftop farming in Barcelona shows differing attitudes towards the practice, and provides important recommendations for the development of agricultural policy for the 21st century, such as including food production as a potential use of rooftops in planning legislation. Urban agriculture, defined by the Food and ...

  • US announces Plans to reduce Agricultural Carbon Emissions

    Federal agricultural officials are planning to announce voluntary programs and initiatives for farmers, ranchers and foresters meant to build on President Barack Obama's efforts to combat global warming - and don't require congressional approval. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is expected to unveil plans Thursday at Michigan State University, where Obama signed the sweeping farm bill into law ...


    By Associated Press

  • Farming and Election Manifestos Not Just About Water

    With farmers contemplating the most suitable party to vote for in the coming general election, it’s not only policies on fertiliser and pesticides and water abstraction and water supplies that are at the forefront of many farmer’s decision making. The NFU has analysed the manifestos of the top 5 parliamentary parties in relation to a number of key farming issues. The aspects ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • MagneGas Files Provisional Patents Related to Micro-Biology

    MagneGas Corporation ("MagneGas" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: MNGA), a technology company that counts among its inventions a patented process that converts liquid waste into hydrogen-based fuels and sterilized liquids, announced today that it has filed provisional patents related to micro-biological applications in municipal and agricultural industries. The latest provisional patents are part of ...


    By MagneGas Corporation

  • INRA and Tereos sign a partnership agreement

    INRA and Tereos signed a partnership agreement on Saturday February 21, 2015 during the Paris International Agricultural Show. The agreement, signed by François Houllier, INRA President and CEO, and Alexis Duval, CEO of the Tereos Group aims to facilitate the exchange of strategic information and increase research and development collaboration on key agricultural, industrial, environmental ...

  • Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture

    The Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) is presenting itself to the outside world as ‘the world's award-winning sustainable agriculture event’. With 40 ministerial delegations and numerous top figures from the agrifood world, this trade fair and conference is guaranteed to feature many innovations in a wide range of fields. As an innovation partner, Wageningen UR is ...

  • Smart farming technique to boost yields, cut fertilizer pollution

    Researchers at Lancaster University are using X-rays to help farmers increase yields and cut water pollution following an unexpected discovery in a pea and bean crop. Plant and Soil Scientists hope to combine two new technologies to provide a rapid "same day" measurement of soil phosphorus availability, enabling farmers and growers to make more informed decisions about fertiliser ...


    By Lancaster University

  • Coalition Releases Comprehensive Recommendations to Help California’s Cities, Farms and Environment Weather the Drought

    As dreams of a wet, El Niño winter fade and California heads into a possible fourth consecutive year of drought, a coalition of 15 environmental, fishing and public policy organizations released a set of recommended actions to modernize California’s water system and respond to the drought. The drought has led to dramatic impacts on some cities and farms, as well as on the health of ...

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