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Manure dryer system being tested in California


March 11, 2008
By Manure Manager
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Global Resource Recovery
Organization (GRRO) Incorporated, an Iowa based environmental solutions
company that develops and markets cyclonic air drying technologies,
recently announced that it has shipped a Next Generation Tempest Dryer
to California for a month of testing on poultry waste.

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Global Resource Recovery Organization (GRRO) Incorporated, an Iowa based environmental solutions company that develops and markets cyclonic air drying technologies, recently announced that it has shipped a Next Generation Tempest Dryer to California for a month of testing on poultry waste.

The Next Generation Tempest is a complete turnkey portable manure processing system for swine, fowl and bovine. The system is both modular in design and scalable to operation size as required.

The new platform of the Tempest dryer uses an advanced material injection system that induces the material to be dried into the air stream at a high velocity, assuring an even distribution of the material in the air stream. The addition of a mixer before the material enters the TPC gives a controlled blend of wet and dry material to increase the relative solids content before drying.

The project is being funded under an agreement with Farm Pilot Project
Co-ordination (FPPC) Incorporated, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), to commercialize the GRRO Tempest drying technology in all Animal Feeding Operations (AFOs) in North America.

The FPPC is a non-profit organization designated by Congress (Public Law
107-76) to assist in implementing innovative treatment technologies that reduce the nutrient content of the waste stream from animal feeding operations by 75 percent or greater. FPPC’s objective is to foster the conservation, development and wise use of land, water and related resources, while providing AFOs with opportunities for profitable operation.

www.grrotempest.com


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