Pig Waste News

  • Blockbuster success for Addfield at this years Pig and Poultry Exhibition

    With the sun bearing down on us during the first day of the show the Addfield team began a truly tremendous two-day exhibition at the bi-annual Pig and Poultry show in Warwickshire. Welcoming farmers from across the UK, Ireland and beyond it was a fantastic opportunity not only to speak to farmers that are looking to buy an Addfield Agricultural incinerator for the first time, it was also a real ...

  • Addfield – Built to Last

    Addfield – Built with Quality in Mind – Built to Last A site visit from one of our sales team to an existing customer proves just how well we manufacture our machines over at Addfield. Our team of experts have a vast wealth of knowledge regarding the incineration, pet cremation and waste disposal industries and are always equipt to answer ...

  • New Material to Enhance Soils using Manure Waste

    The results of the research group of Valuation of resources from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid suggest an optimal solution to manage the manure from chicken and cattle. Biochar, a material obtained after thermal treatment of this waste through pyrolysis, is an organic fertilizer that applied in ...

  • Feeding the 5000 launches the first Disco Soup in the United States on September 20, 2013

    Feeding the 5000 launches the first Disco Soup in the United States on Friday, September 20, 2013 at SuperPier (15th Street and West Side Highway), from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. More than 1200 kilograms (over 1,000 pounds) of food that would have otherwise been wasted will be rescued, prepared and shared among hundreds of participants, with surplus food donated ...

  • Piggery biogas project in Australia

    KIRK GROUP is set to design, supply and install two BIODOME® Double Membrane Gas Holder Roofs on top of two 3,000m³ glass-fused-to-steel tanks at the BettaPork Piggery in Australia. ...


    By KIRK UK

  • Family farms making “Illogical” decisions in pursuit of growth

    Family farm businesses should consider increasing revenues through anaerobic digestion (AD) before making often “illogical” decisions to take on more land, it has been claimed. EnviTec Biogas UK says many family farms cannot expand geographically because they are surrounded by land that rarely comes up for sale or that is overpriced. Mike McLaughlin, managing director of Envitec ...


    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • Muckbuster Changes Runoff from Problem to Profit

    Free-range pig farms near coastal regions are an example of a farming practice, which has resulted in a change in the local ecosystem, which can be dangerous to humans. When the slurry from free-range pig farms is not contained and moves into the streams, which empty into the rivers, and finish in the sea, the enormous increase in nutrients in the water creates a huge population of seaweed, and ...


    By SEaB Energy Ltd.

  • How to go green without buying a Toyota Prius

    The evidence is clear-as a society, we need to be more environmentally conscious.  Whether one believes in all the claims of global warming or not, it is an indisputable fact that we need to take better care of our environment. In the last 10 years, ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • BioLargo Opportunities in the Petroleum Industry- Sets Stage for Major Advancement - Contaminated Water Soutions

    BioLargo Opportunities in the Petroleum Industry- Sets Stage for Major Advancement.  We have been working for some time now in the equine & livestock industries featuring our (www.odornomore.com) products and working with BioLargo technology in stalls, barns, feed lots, chicken coups and, yes, even treating pig manure. We deliver unmatched, superior performance and customer value in odor ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • Less agricultural phosphorus could be key to cleaner Baltic Sea

    Reducing the amount of phosphorus used in agriculture could go a long way in meeting the Baltic Sea Action Plan (BSAP)1 targets. A Swedish evaluation of measures for reducing agricultural phosphorus suggest phosphorus inputs to the sea could be cut by 180 tonnes per year, or about two-thirds of Sweden's target. The nations surrounding the Baltic Sea have established the BSAP to restore the ...

  • A model farm for emissions studies

    Anyone downwind of a pig barn knows that animal production facilities generate some notable emissions. Now Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists have reported that preliminary findings from wind tunnel studies indicate that positioning farm buildings perpendicular to prevailing winds could help reduce odors from downwind lagoons or tanks. Wind speed and direction, topography, structures, ...

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