Arid anaerobics Anaerobic digestion of cattle manure has not taken off in the arid western United States like it has in other parts of the country. That's despite states like Colorado recently being rated as one of the top five cattle and dairy producers in the country. The main reason it hasn’t taken hold in this part of the United States is water scarcity. Water is a critical factor in anaerobic digestion.
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IA hog farm agrees to pay $10,000 A southeast Iowa hog producer that spilled thousands of gallons of manure into a dry creek in November reached an agreement to pay a fine and make improvements to prevent future discharges, state environmental regulators said recently.
Permit approved in WI for manure irrigation research As of Jan. 14, 2014, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has officially renewed the Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (WPDES) permit at Ebert Dairy Enterprises, LLC.