Feature Article on Geomembranes by Africa Review Online

Geomembranes are permeable fabrics which when used together with soil have the capacity to isolate, filter, support, protect and drain. Geomembranes were previously used as canal and pond liners. However the current and largest application is controlling dangerious wastes. In several of these applications, geomembarnes are concurrently used with geotextiles or mesh which offer reinforcement […]

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Manure Magazine

Rosendale Dairy – Home of new digester Located at the Rosendale Dairy, owned by the company Milk Source, the biodigester will process 240 tons of manure per day from the dairy’s 8,500 cows, generating biogas burned as fuel in power production and a pathogen-free and nutrient-rich waste stream that is land applied as organic fertilizer. […]

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BioCycle

In 2013, the Blue Mountain Biogas Power Generation plant came on line in Beaver County, Utah. Owned and operated by Alpental Energy Partners of Provo, Utah – developers of alternative energy power plants – the $17 million, 3.2 MV plant is generating electricity from biogas provided by the anaerobic digestion of swine manure. A portion […]

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American Dairyman

On any dairy farm, handling waste products is an important part of the producer’s farm management plan. Managing manure and other by-products is definitely a complex issue. Managing dairy wastes means protecting the quality of surface and ground water, finding ways to utilize the waste product and being “neighbor” friendly when it comes to potential […]

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Serbian brewer to improve operations with U.S. biogas cover technology

IEC Announces Serbian Contract Ward From Belgian Firm, Global Water Engineering Lakeville, Minnesota–(BUSINESS WIRE)—IEC announced their bio-gas cover technology will be installed at Molson Brewery in Serbia. IEC was issued the contract from the general contractor and engineering firm, Global Water Engineering, Click here to read full article […]

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