The growth of industrial farming in the United States is concentrating thousands of animals on fewer farms, creating enormous amounts of livestock waste on relatively small areas of land. The high nutrient content in animal waste has caused significant air pollution and water pollution concerns, threatening public health and environmental safety. Waste management practices have begun to be regulated by state governments, forcing farmers to find solutions for greenhouse gas emissions and water contamination from livestock manure.
BKT's Customizable Solutions provide industry-leading solutions for livestock wastewater and digestate to cattle farmers. It is a well-assorted package of technologies that meet various customer needs under different situations.
After consideration of the seven factors below, if the environmental capacity is satisfied for recycling livestock wastewater, there is the option of a zero discharge system, which is inclusive of fertilizer production, biogas generation, and water reuse. If the environmental capacity cannot support fertilizer production from livestock wastewater, our client needs to treat their wastewater in order to meet the discharge limit.
Local environmental regulations
Clients' specific demands
Type of crops
Soil condition and topography
Health and sanitation concerns