Technologies for Reducing Nutrients in Dairy Effluent

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
January 25, 2022
Price
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Overview

This 8-page publication explains research results on the effectiveness of two technologies.

Dairy operations are looking for new ways to meet new, higher standards set by the state for water quality. This publication explains research results on the effectiveness of two technologies -- a dewatering system and an electrocoagulation system -- in treating effluent in dairy lagoons. (8 pages)

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