Success in Agriculture
Bluetector builds first manure treatment plant for a farmer in Germany
September 14, 2018 by Bluetector AG
The BlueBox Ultra has been specially developed for the biological treatment of manure and fermentation residues and works the same way as a municipal wastewater treatment plant.
In the bioreactor of the BlueBox Ultra, the manure is converted into water, which contains only traces of nitrogen and phosphorus and is therefore ideally suited for irrigation.
Since nitrogen and phosphorus are almost completely removed, only very small surfaces are required for application. The BlueBox Ultra eliminates the need for expensive and environmentally harmful manure transports, where manure sometimes has to be transported over hundreds of miles.
“I no longer want to have to carry out expensive manure transports,” explains farmer Jorn Ahlers, who runs a farm with a biogas plant in Lower Saxony. “I am convinced of the technology and user-friendliness of the BlueBox and I am confident that the system will go into operation on my farm this year.”
“In recent months, we have presented our ground-breaking manure solution to many farmers and operators of biogas plants in Germany, especially in the manure hot spots of North Rhine-Westphalia, Lower Saxony and Bavaria. The sale of the first manure treatment plant in Germany is of course an important milestone for us,” says David Din, CEO of Bluetector. “Our BlueBox enables farmers to convert their manure into water with a low-cost bioreactor without the need for costly and maintenance-intensive equipment such as reverse osmosis or centrifuges.”
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