FEECO Proudly Sponsors Green Innovations 2010 on Earth Day

This article was authored by:

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

FEECO International

FEECO proudly supports the 2nd annual Green Innovations 2010 hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on April 22-23, 2010 Green Bay, WI (April 22, 2010) – FEECO International was originally founded to supply the fertilizer industry and has grown over the years to be Continue reading →

 

Dairy waste research wins 2010 Outstanding Thesis Award at UW Green Bay

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Stephanie Balza
Customer Support Specialist

FEECO International

Graduate student Annette Pelegrin of Pulaski is this year’s winner of the UW-Green Bay Outstanding Thesis Award. Pelegrin will receive her master’s degree in May in Environmental Science and Policy. Her thesis, “Technical and Economic Feasibility of Solid-liquid Separation for Digested Dairy Manure with Polymer Continue reading →

 

FEECO International Celebrates its 59th Anniversary!

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Stephanie Balza
Customer Support Specialist

FEECO International

Green Bay, WI (April 5, 2010) – FEECO International, one of the world’s leading supplier of agglomeration, thermal processing, material handling and waste processing solutions, are proud to announce their 59th year in business. Since 1951 FEECO has helped solve thousands of businesses process problems, Continue reading →

 

BCWTI Lab Video

This article was authored by:

Nick Reckinger
Organic Fertilizer Expert

FEECO International

Brown County Waste Transformation Initiative (BCWTI) lab video taken at FEECO International, Inc.

 

Brown County Waste Transformation Project (BCWTI)

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Nick Reckinger
Organic Fertilizer Expert

FEECO International

The Brown County Waste Transformation Project (BCWTP) is a feasibility study to find economic and environmental solutions for farmers and industries that land apply wait. Agriculture is a $3 billion a year industry in Brown County which provides jobs for 10 percent of the workforce Continue reading →

 

Making wonders out of wastes

This article was co-authored by:

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Craig Peppin
Service & Lab Manager

John Katers (UWGB)

UW-Green Bay graduates, graduate students and even some undergraduates don’t have to travel far to get on-the-job training at “green” companies. FEECO International and the ENCAP Corporation are just down the road from campus near the intersection of Highways 54/57 and Algoma Road. That’s there Continue reading →

 

National Health Care

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Stephanie Balza
Customer Support Specialist

FEECO International

Why a Personal Responsibility Based Health care system will lead to a greater access for all Americans …and why national, private or co-op based health care will fail without it” Why Democrats got it wrong: Democrats fail to realize that the current system is going Continue reading →

 

2009 IBA Conference Presentation

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Stephanie Balza
Customer Support Specialist

Institute for Briquetting and Agglomeration

The Institute for Briquetting and Agglomeration is a group of business and technical people interested and involved in the research, development and production of briquets, pellets and other densified products and the equipment to produce them. FEECO is has been a sponsor and supportor of the Continue reading →

 

FEECO International Provides Solutions Minimizing Phosphate Contaminations in Water Shed

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Nick Reckinger
Organic Fertilizer Expert

FEECO International

FEECO has developed solutions to minimize and control Phosphates from entering the watershed via Agricultural, Municipal, and Industrial processes. Green Bay, WI (July 1, 2009)- FEECO an industry leader of fertilizer, material handling, and organic waste solutions is currently working with Brown County on the Continue reading →

 

From Dust to Du$t

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Nick Reckinger
Organic Fertilizer Expert

BCWTI Member

Bay Business Journal Vol 17 #3 (June / July 2009) View / Download the article as a PDF Humans do it, animals do it, factories do it. Even cells do it. Producing waste is just one of those unavoidable evils – right up there with Continue reading →