Animal Waste Articles

  • The Middle East’s largest poultry producer chooses Addfield - Case Study

    Addfield continues to build it’s reputation as the most trusted supplier of International Poultry Incineration with the installation of three of their Rapid 1000 Incinerators. Working with one of the largest poultry facilities in the Middle East. We have recently supplied one of the Middle East’s largest poultry producers with three Rapid 1000 poultry ...

  • Lambing season - Case Study

    Addfield understands that lambing is the main harvest for the hill farmer, usually generating two-thirds of annual income, so we make sure our machines are a worthy investment by assuring farmer’s that they are receiving the highest quality incineration machinery. Clients overview As a farmer, deciding when the lambing season will entirely depend on your knowledge of ...

  • African Swine Fever in Eastern Europe - Case Study

    Addfield assisting the fight against African Swine Fever, it may not infect humans but this does not stop it having a devastating effect on those who keep pigs as their livestock. Client Overview Vilimeksas has been successfully implementing projects in energetics, medical and veterinary sectors in the Lithuanian market for more than 17 years. Advantages ...

  • Bio security measures in place for pig producers - Case Study

    The UK’s largest organic pig breeder understands the importance of bio security on their pig farms. They needed a supplier who could offer an onsite solution for their animal disposal whilst ensuring that they correspond with the company’s praised values. Addfield were the manufacturers to tick all the boxes, bio security standards were met and the customer now has a long lasting and ...

  • Unpacking and cleaning of waste materials in Ribeauvillé (France) - Case Study

    Location: Ribeauvillé (France) Capacity: 1,4 MWel Input materials: Cattle slurry, renewable resources, waste materials from the food industry Features: Separate hygienisation plant with a capacity of 25,000 t/a. The biogas plant AGRIVALOR ENERGIE The project was initiated by 3 farmers ...


    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • Reducing the Environmental Impact of Cows` Waste

    No disrespect to cows, but they produce a lot of gas. And while farmers may be unfazed by the smell, the gas is methane, one of the most potent greenhouse gases. Across the globe, livestock spew 14.5 percent of all greenhouse gases (methane, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases) released in the environment, and over half that comes specifically from cows, according to a United ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Anodic oxidation of slaughterhouse wastewater on boron-doped diamond: process variables effect

    A non-sacrificial boron-doped diamond electrode was prepared in the laboratory and used as a novel anode for electrochemical oxidation of poultry slaughterhouse wastewater. This wastewater poses environmental threats as it is characterized by a high content of recalcitrant organics. The influence of several process variables, applied current density, initial pH, supporting electrolyte nature, ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • BioKW (A) Agricultural Plant - Case Study

    Digester: 2 x 1.380 m³/h, 2 x 500 kWel; 1 x 1.000 kWth Manure, fruit- and vegetable waste, energy crops, fat sludge, slaughter house waste, food leftovers Scope of delivery: permission planning, detailed planing, tendering, project awarding, project management supervision, mixing technology, gas handling equipment, instrumentation Start-up: ...

  • Butchers beef up their animal incinerator capacity

    They were so pleased with their last one that they have come back to us again. After reading this headline you may be wondering just why on earth a butcher would need an animal incinerator, but in fact the answer is rather simple and when this particular butcher decided that it was time to invest in a new model they had no hesitation whatsoever in coming back to us. Our ...

  • Pork Slaughterhouse - Case Study

    Introduction Prior to the installation of two 1,200 gpm GEM (Gas Energy Mixing) Systems, CWT’s Client discharged approximately 1.9 million gallons per day (mgd) to their onsite pretreatment plant consisting of an Infilco Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) unit service with a Nikuni pump, and a Maxair Clarifier (DAF) for further removal of contaminants. Float from both units was heated and ...


    By Clean Water Technology, Inc.

  • Performance of airlift MBR for on-site treatment of slaughterhouse wastewater in urban areas of Vietnam

    In many cities in Vietnam, wastewater generated in slaughterhouses is normally discharged directly into surface waters without treatment. Management of slaughterhouse wastewater (SHWW) is difficult due to the lack of infrastructure for conveyance to centralized facilities. On-site treatment presents one cost-effective way of managing SHWW compared to mass improvement of infrastructure. This ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Chicken Manure Management, Recycling, and Composting

    Chicken Manure Fertilizer Manufacturing Process If you have chickens, you will have manure. Fortunately, chicken manure is among the most prized of manures. Fresh chicken manure is considered a “hot” manure, which is unsuitable for immediate use. Chicken manure needs to be composted and aged at least two to three months before you add it to your garden. If you don’t wait ...

  • Can mountains of animal bones boost food security in Ethiopia?

    By turning a wasted resource into fertilizer, researchers aim to help a hungry nation replenish depleted soils As unemployed young men pick through trash heaps near Jimma University in southwestern Ethiopia to find treasures to sell, they search for one of the hottest resources in demand at the moment: discarded animal bones. ...


    By Ensia

  • Optimisation of bioflocculant production by a biofilm forming microorganism from poultry slaughterhouse wastewater for use in poultry wastewater treatment

    Poultry slaughterhouse wastewater contains nutrients that are sufficient for microbial growth; moreover, the wastewater has microorganisms which can be harnessed to perform specific functions. Additionally, these microorganisms can grow either in planktonic (free floating) mode or sessile (attached) mode. This study focused on the optimisation of bioflocculant production by quantifying ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The potential of ultrasonic membrane anaerobic systems in treating slaughterhouse wastewater

    Direct discharge of slaughterhouse wastewater causes serious environmental pollution due to its high chemical oxygen demand (COD), total suspended solids (TSS) and biochemical oxygen demand. In this study, an ultrasonic-assisted membrane anaerobic system was used as a novel method for treating slaughterhouse wastewater. Six steady states were achieved, using concentrations of 7,800–13,620 mg/l ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Maryland’s New Composting Regulations

    After a year of comments and revisions, the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) is scheduled to publish its new rules for permitting composting facilities this month (December) in the Maryland Register for a final 30-day comment period. Initially proposed last January, the slightly revised composting regulations are expected to take effect in early 2015, unless further changes are required. ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Slaughterhouse carcass waste composting case study

    Slaughterhouse waste was treated with BactiDomus Technology compost accelerator to monitor the effects of the treatment against untreated waste. The goal of the project is to increase the efficiency of the composting process to reduce the total time needed to turn the waste into compost. Two separate bins of waste were treated with BactiDomus Technology compost accelerator, the first on August ...


    By Nordevco Associates Ltd.

  • Variations in lethal and sublethal effects of cypermethrin among aquatic stages and species of anuran amphibians

    Unpredicted variation in levels of risk to organisms to xenobiotics can be observed, despite the use model species to predict the effects of chemicals in the environment. Physiological and morphological differences between species and life stages may lead to differences in sensitivity, while seasonal and spatial variation in pesticide concentrations may affect the level of risk faced by ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Influence of some biological wastes and their combination on growth and reproduction potential of earthworm, Eisenia fetida and their effect on plant growth

    Effect on growth and reproduction potential of animal wastes viz., cow, goat, horse and a domestic waste (used tea dust) and their combinations to the earthworm, Eisenia fetida, was studied under laboratory conditions. The effect of above on growth aspects of Bhendi crop was compared with the normal compost individually under green house conditions. The effects on growth were assessed for ten ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Beef Slaughterhouse

    Problem: A beef slaughterhouse in Idaho wanted to compare performance and efficiency between their existing DAF unit and the HydroCal CAF flotation unit. Solution The Hydrocal CAF ran continuously for 8-10 hours per day. Test runs were made with and without polymer and samples were collected over a wide range of feed conditions. ...


    By HydroCal Inc.

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