Midwestern Bio Ag produces TerraNu fertilizer from dairy cow manure


Trident has been fortunate and honoured to be involved with a group of visionary people that put an unbelievable effort in progressing the state of technology in modern dairy farming. Prairies Edge Dairy and Midwestern Bio Ag have been working on a game-changing project that allows the concentration of nutrients from dairy cow manure to produce an organic-based fertilizer at commercial scale. On June 16, 2017 Midwest Bio-Ag invited to an Open House at the new Fertilizer Plant to celebrate the project completion, showcase process details and present its TerraNu fertilizer products.

Trident Meeting at Abbotsford Head Office

With a number of locations across North America it is always exciting to gather the whole Trident team for a few days. This year’s annual company meeting at our head office followed the theme “Doing the Right Thing”, which has been one of Trident’s core values from the beginning. “Doing the Right Thing” is a reflection of our commitment to our customers while providing industry leading solutions. The team was also excited to learn about some game-changing technology advancements that are currently in the R&D pipeline.

Trident connects with hog farms at World Pork Expo

A successful day one is wrapped up at World Pork Expo in Des Moines. Many hog farmers have connected with us to learn about ways to improve lagoon management and reduce their operational costs. Truck washout application is also a topic in many conversations and the Trident Rotary Screen is proven to be an excellent system for this kind of solid-liquid separation.

Trident MD202 Press in Pumper Magazine Sludge Dewatering Case Study

The Trident multi-disc dewatering press MD202 is featured in a case study in the June issue of Pumper Magazine.  Action Environmental of Fort Wayne, Indiana, specializes in the treatment of wastewater from industrial cleaning, machinery maintenance and remediation. Ed Black, president of Action Environmental, was looking for a solution that would allow further dewatering of the oily sludge produced during their main treatment process. For years, the company has been hauling the sludge to a landfill. Read the case study here.

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