All Blog Posts about ‘Biosolids’

Organics Granulation: Why Organic?

This article was co-authored by:

Nick Reckinger
Organic Fertilizer Expert

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Why Organics Granulation

As previously stated in Organics Granulation: The Need, “Organics,” as they are called, are a varying range of materials. Organics come from many sources, but originate from three main channels: Agricultural (manure and compost), Industrial (DAF Sludge, food waste, and restaurant waste), and Municipal (biosolids Continue reading →

 

Organics Granulation pt. 1: The Need

This article was co-authored by:

Nick Reckinger
Organic Fertilizer Expert

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

organics granulation - hog manure

A rising need for organics granulation can be explained as a culmination of numerous contributing factors. Non-renewable chemical fertilizer prices are going up, as is the competition for land resources. As we continue to mine our existing nutrient resources (ie. Phosphorous, Potassium, Nitrogen, etc.), trying Continue reading →

 

Feeco Attends Biogas East & Midwest

This article was authored by:

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Feeco Attends Biogas East & Midwest

Biogas has been a popular topic of discussion lately, as the need for energy increases, and sources are being run dry. Sometimes referred to as swamp gas, landfill gas, or digester gas, biogas is generated from anaerobic digesters such as animal manure, sewage, and municipal Continue reading →

 

From Dust to Du$t

This article was authored by:

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 →