Livestock manure

Cow, pig, chicken manure can be fermented and dried very fast through ERS. It is not necessary to separate Solids and liquids. Manure and urine can be thrown in together and there will be no waste water discharge. The number of bacteria is reduced by ERS System drastically.
Processing Livestock manure
Livestock production and crop production were historically tightly integrated, but the availability of mineral fertilizers eventually decoupled the dependence on manure for fertilizer. As intensive livestock farming is being placed under increasing pressure to minimize the environmental impact of its operations, there is a growing interest in innovative processing technologies that can improve the economic competitiveness of manure handling while at the same time improving utilization of the nutrient resources.

There are a number of reasons for processing manure and ERS presents a simple and natural way for High Speed fermenting and drying animal manure into valuable compost. Some of the reasons for processing manure by ERS are to:
  • Reduce the volume
  • Increase the fertiliser value
  • Recover/utilise energy
  • Reduce greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions
  • Improve hygiene
  • Reduce odours
  • Improve the handling properties
  • Decrease nutrient losses
Cow, pig, chicken manure can be fermented and dried very fast through ERS. It is not necessary to separate Solids and liquids. Manure and urine can be thrown in together and there will be no waste water discharge. The number of bacteria is reduced by ERS System drastically.
Processing Pig Manure
Processing Chicken Manure (layers and broilers)
Processing Cow Manure (Milking Cow)

ERS in Comparison with conventional fermenting and drying process

The conventional Fermenting process for the management of livestock manure is lengthy and time-consuming. Moreover, there is waste discharge and GHG emission to confront with. The process takes anywhere about a few months to be complete and dry; notwithstanding the weather conditions.

In ERS, the primary fermenting and drying process can be completed within a day, with each batch taken around 2 to 3 hrs based upon the liquid content and secondary fermenting around 3 more days to get fully matured compost within 4 days.

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