Manure Solids News

  • Composting at RWAs to obtain Organic Manure

    Sukuki Exnora, a NGO based in Hyderabad, is working in the field of Solid Waste Management from 1998.  We work towards the welfare of Subraks (Rag Pickers) and Residential Composting in association with HCIP-HMDA provides assistance to Residence Welfare Associations in Hyderabad to construct Compost Units in a phased manner.   Interested RWAs can approach us by writing to ...


    By Sukuki Exnora

  • Inland Empire, L.A. County honored by U.S. EPA for composting partnership efforts

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Pacific Southwest region today presented its esteemed Environmental Champion award to the Inland Empire Regional Composting Authority (IERCA) and the Los Angeles County Sanitation District for their work to develop a partnership composting program and state-of-the-art renewable energy composting facility. The award was presented by EPA’s ...

  • Cornell Pump unveils new collateral

    With the arrival of our new website, even more Cornell Pump information is available for download. Several new brochures are available, including: Water Transfer Hydraulic Fracturing. This brochure details how Cornell pumps aid in the search for wet and dry natural gas, as well as oil through hydraulic fracturing. Provided is a family curve for our most popular water transfer pumps. ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Texas egg producer to pay $1.9 million penalty to resolve clean water act violations

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) today announced that Mahard Egg Farm, Inc., a Texas corporation, will pay a $1.9 million penalty to resolve claims that the company violated the Clean Water Act (CWA) at its egg production facilities in Texas and Oklahoma. The civil penalty is the largest amount to be paid in a federal enforcement action ...

  • Improve crop yield by removing manure solids

    Manure has long been used as a crop fertilizer, but the challenge of finding an efficient use of the nutrients found in manure is ever present. The ratio of nitrogen to phosphorus in manure is low in relation to the nutrient needs of most crops. Therefore, crops tend to be overloaded with manure to meet the nitrogen requirement of agricultural crops, but the excess phosphorus from the process can ...

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