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Advanced waste water treatment system


April 3, 2008
By TOAST (Tertiary Oxygen Activated Sludge Treatment)

Recently patented, TOAST (Tertiary
Oxygen Activated Sludge Treatment) is said to be an advanced waste
water treatment system for use on all livestock liquid manure feedlots
and meat packing plants.

Recently patented, TOAST (Tertiary Oxygen Activated Sludge Treatment) is said to be an advanced waste water treatment system for use on all livestock liquid manure feedlots and meat packing plants.

    TOAST is an aerobic treatment system using biological oxidation to convert ammonia and organic matter (mostly manure) to carbon dioxide, water and microbe cells. It is said to be environmentally safe and cost-effective.

    The system treats livestock waste with anaerobic and aerobic microbes and converts it to a low-viscosity effluent from which approximately 80 percent of the odor, and virtually all (99.7 percent) dangerous gases and vapors have been
permanently removed.

    TOAST is fully automated for remote operations and has small space and low maintenance requirements. Livestock operations using TOAST will have reduced ventilation and heating requirements and will not need slotted floors, the company says. Field application is greatly simplified.

    With resistance and hostility to conventional livestock operations rising, TOAST offers farmers an environmentally attractive and socially acceptable solution to livestock waste.

www.agtoast.com


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