Nutrient Recovery Presentation at BioCycle Refor17 in Portland

Nutrient Recovery expert presenting dairy farm case study

We are excited to have an opportunity to speak at BioCycle Refor17. It will be a joint presentation with Mark Stoermann from Newtrient LLC. We are scheduled to speak on Wednesday October 18 at 8:30 am (Track 4). The focus will be on technology aspects, including nutrient recovery technology and we will be giving an example of a Trident installation at a large scale dairy farm. The audience will learn about the different stages including manure conditioning, organic fiber removal, NPK concentration and recovery and efficient dewatering. We also discuss what happens pre and post the nutrient recovery process. The dairy farm featured in the presentation is also in the unique position that their concentrated nutrients are used as feedstock for commercial fertilizer production. For a detailed agenda of the BioCycle conference sessions visit the event website. Visitors that are interested in anaerobic digestion technology will have opportunities to meet experts and industry representatives including members of the American Biogas Council.

Trident will have a small booth set up to provide information on nutrient recovery solutions for dairy farms. All visitors of the conference are invited to see us in booth 58. We will have a virtual tour of a recent installation available as well as some of the TerraNu fertilizer samples. Trident will also feature some of its sludge dewatering technology for industrial and municipal wastewater applications. If you would like to schedule an appointment with our representatives at BioCycle Refor17 please email us at info@tridentprocesses.com.

Trident Nutrient Recovery System Prairies Edge, Fair Oaks, IN

Manure Manager: Manure benefits without the hassle

The production of manure-based fertilizer at Fair Oaks, IN is subject of a story in the recent issue of the Manure Manager. The article walks the reader through the process of finding and implementing the best suited nutrient recovery technology for the dairy, how Kerry Doyle and Trident Processes became involved to the partnership with Midwestern BioAg, who provided the last piece of the puzzle with their commercial fertilizer plant. The plant started operation in June 2017. The 85,000-square foot facility has a fertilizer production capacity of 65,000 tons per year with the potential to expand to 90,000 tons.

Fertilizer plant at Fair Oaks processing fertilizer from Trident's nutrient cake

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 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.

Nutrient Recovery at 300 cow dairy Seabreeze Farms

Trident’s nutrient recovery system at Seabreeze Farms in Delta, BC represents the leading standard in commercially available technology for nutrient management and recovery for livestock operations. The automated system has been in operation for more than two years. The technology allows the farm to manage their waste stream (dairy cow manure and off-farm material like food waste, which is anaerobically digested) more efficiently.

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