Trident at Agritechnica 2017

A small Trident delegation headed over to Europe to visit the world’s largest ag equipment trade show in Hannover, Germany. Many farmers in the EU are looking for efficient nutrient recovery and manure treatment technologies. It was a great opportunity for Trident to meet with industry partners and producers to gain valuable insight. For more information re the show visit www.agritechnica.com.

Trident at Agritechnica in Hannover

 

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 at World Pork Expo 2017

Trident is going to exhibit at World Pork Expo 2017 on June 7-9 in DesMoines, IA. We will be presenting our solid separation and nutrient recovery technologies and look forward to connecting with the country’s major hog producers. Efficient liquid-solid separation is a key element in improving lagoon management and also the first step in nutrient recovery. The benefits downstream include reduced cost of transportation, better options for land application, improved odour control and biosecurity with cleaner reusable water. Come and meet us in booth AG715. For more event details visit www.worldpork.org.

Trident at BioCycle East Coast 2017

On April 5-6 Trident will be attending the BioCycle East Coast 2017 in Baltimore, MD. We invite you to join our seminar Integrated Nutrient Recovery At Large-Scale Dairy during track 3 morning session (8:30-10:15 am) on April 6. For a detailed agenda visit www.biocycleeastcoast.com/2017/schedule.html.

EPA and Partners Launch Challenge to Recycle Nutrients from Livestock Waste

EPA and Partners Launch Challenge to Recycle Nutrients from Livestock Waste

On November 12, the EPA announced it is partnering with pork and dairy producers along with a host of other players including the USDA, environmental and science experts, solutions engineers, and equipment manufacturers to find affordable technology that take nutrients from livestock manure and create valuable products with them. Working together, they have created a nationwide Nutrient Recycling Challenge to anyone who can envision a better way of processing manure to minimize water pollution and build healthy soils.