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  • Bio-QZ processes cow manure for anaerobic digestion

    The community of Sand in Taufers in the Italian South Tyrol has set itself the target of eliminating the CO2 emissions of its population. A decisive role in achieving that aim plays a AD plant on cooperative basis. The used cow dung as substrate is pre-treated by the MeWa QZ. Sand in Taufers and its 5,300 inhabitants are forging ambitious plans. Local government and citizens are ...


    By ANDRITZ MeWa GmbH

  • Turn-key manure treatment plant in Spain

    Partners Coltrade B.V. (The Netherlands) and Ahidra S.L. (Spain) were selected as the suppliers for a turn-key manure treatment installation in the North of Spain. The capacity of the installation mounts up to 1.100 ton of organic waste streams per day, of which manure will be the predominant part. In its final shape the facility will not only produce organic fertilizer, but also will generate an ...


    By Colsen International b.v.

  • LWR manure treatment system goes solar

    Solar energy is now making it easier for farms to implement the manure treatment technology that is revolutionizing the livestock industry. Livestock Water Recycling's Innovation Centre has just released the latest advancement in manure treatment technology which allows farmers the ability to power their LWR Manure Treatment System by solar energy. "Farmers inherently want to leave the world ...

  • Manure from millions of hogs fuels natural gas project

    One recipe for renewable natural gas goes: Place manure from about 2 million hogs in lagoons, cover them with an impermeable material and let it bake until gas from the manure rises. Then, use special equipment to clean the gas of its impurities and ship the finished product out. That's the vision of one of the largest biogas projects of its kind in the U.S. currently being installed in northern ...


    By Associated Press

  • Manure and sewage can provide crops with more phosphorus than chemical fertilisers

    Phosphorus in sewage and manure could be more available to crops than previously thought, suggests new research. The study found that some forms of sewage and manure treatment provided plants with more phosphorus than conventional inorganic fertilisers. Over the past 50 years, chemical fertilisers containing inorganic phosphorus have boosted crop yields and food production across the globe. ...

  • Manure matters! How can you turn poultry manure into value? Poul-AR produces fertilizer and sustainable energy from poultry waste

    Colsen has developed a new technology to valorize poultry manure. Until now poultry manure is considered a waste stream with a considerable cost, Poul-AR® now represents an important valorization step, by which the manure will generate nutrients and energy. This is directly associated with considerable operational benefits and thus represents a large added value ...


    By Colsen International b.v.

  • California agencies seek dairy digester projects – Proposals due November 1

    The California Department of Food and Agriculture, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and their partner agencies in the California/Federal Dairy Digester Working Group have announced a joint solicitation for dairy digester concept proposals. California is the largest dairy state in the USA, with approximately 1.7 million cows producing more than 3.6 million dry tons of manure per year that ...

  • Anaerobic Digestion & Renewable Energy Industries Welcome UK Carbon Budget Decision

    The UK government has confirmed the Committee on Carbon Change’s recommended carbon budget, laying out a 57% reduction in carbon emissions from 1990 levels during 2027-32. Following the referendum vote to leave the European Union, the UK government has confirmed the Committee on Carbon Change’s (CCCs) recommended carbon budget, laying out a 57% reduction in carbon emissions from 1990 ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • Student Team at University of Missouri-Columbia to Receive $14,874 to Study Treatment of Food Waste with Pig Manure

    A student team at the University of Missouri-Columbia will receive $14,874 from EPA to study the feasibility of treating food waste mixed with swine manure and gather data from the process related to energy use, greenhouse gases and recovered nutrients. The UMC project, “Feasibility and Life Cycle Assessment of Anaerobic Co-Digestion of Campus Food Waste and Swine Manure,” is one of ...

  • Colsen at IFAT

    During the IFAT in München from May 30th to June 3rd Colsen welcomed numerous customers and visitors at our booth. The full Colsen technology portfolio was on display. With our profession in innovative waste water & manure treatment, digestion of organic wastes, biogas production and related environmental technologies Colsen was happy to present its latest and leading developments to an ...


    By Colsen International b.v.

  • New on-farm ad plant in Lancashire

    KIRK ENVIRONMENTAL, part of KIRK GROUP, is set to complete their part of a new on-farm Anaerobic Digestion plant for the production of electricity from crops and livestock manures at the Wilcross Farm in Gisburn, Lancashire. The plant will consist of one ...

  • Food and farm waste can help power the nation, says Benn

    Businesses and local authorities are being offered help to turn food, farm and other organic waste into energy and fuel. Defra has published a plan to boost biogas production from anaerobic digestion to help tackle climate change and produce renewable energy. ‘Accelerating the Uptake of Anaerobic Digestion in England: an Implementation Plan’ sets out actions to help businesses, local ...


  • Dairy farmers of America and Vanguard renewables announce strategic alliance

    Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), a national farmer-owned dairy cooperative, and Vanguard Renewables, a Massachusetts-based renewable energy developer, announce a strategic partnership to help bring anaerobic digestion technology to more farms across the country.  While waste management and environmental sustainability are top priorities for dairy farmers today, renewable energy methods, like ...

  • Biogas for Broiler Farm

    PlanET receives its first order for an agricultural biogas plant in the UK. Clients are two farmers in Herefordshire, who are going to build a 190 kWel biogas plant. Construction is planned to start in spring 2010. The proposed plant will consist of one digester and one digestate tank and is designed to utilise approximately 3,300 tonnes of maize silage, 1,000 m3 of cattle slurry and 600 tonnes ...


    By PlanET Biogas

  • BiOWiSH™ reduces sludge and odor at Texas dairy

    June 30, 2011 For Immediate Release CHICAGO, IL - BiOWiSH™ Manure & Odor Treatment (Beef & Dairy) reduced sludge and odor during a recent case study at a Texas dairy farm. The owner of Wilhelmus Dairy began using the ...


    By BiOWiSH Technologies

  • Blue Sphere Corporation Announces Entry into Agricultural Methane Reduction in the United States

    LONDON - Blue Sphere Corporation (OTCBB: BLSP) (the "Company" or “Blue Sphere”), a company in the Cleantech sector as an Emission Reduction project integrator, is pleased to announce that the Company has started to implement its plan to enter the agricultural methane reduction business in the United States by establishing its new subsidiary, Blue Sphere U.S.A. Inc. Blue Sphere is ...


    By Blue Sphere Corporation

  • Farmers’ use of renewable fertilisers to be revolutionised by new research

    Farmers’ and growers’ confidence in digestate and compost has been given a welcome boost, as new ground-breaking research published today,  shows smart use of these renewable fertilisers can increase yields and reduce bills with no negative impact on crop quality or safety. The programme of field experiments,  ...

  • Household compost as good for soil as conventional fertilisers, say EU researchers

    Since 2005, conventional disposal of organic waste has been prohibited in Sweden. Instead, this waste is incinerated or separated at source, processed (composted or anaerobically digested) and recycled as fertiliser on crop land. A new study has investigated the use of organic waste from different sources as a fertiliser and found that residue from biogas production is an effective fertiliser. ...

  • Landia’s pumps and mixers ensure no downtime at BiogenGreenfinch’s AD plant

    Durable pumps and mixers designed and made by Whitchurch-based Landia are maximising BiogenGreenfinch’s anaerobic digestion process at Milton Ernest near Bedford. Supplied with stainless steel impellers and stainless steel brackets (all protected by a two-component epoxy coating) to cope with food waste and pig manure, the Landia equipment has replaced mixers supplied by a different ...


    By Landia

  • 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.

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