Agricultural enterprises which produce a large amount of slurry, especially pig farms, are often faced with the question of how to utilise this slurry in an environmentally sound and cost-efficient manner, particularly in regions with intensive livestock farming. Long transport distances are expensive and the input of nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus required for agricultural areas in the vicinity is limited.
With this in mind, effective treatment of slurry becomes increasingly important. With the MemFis mobile separation and filtration system, Big Dutchman offers an innovative approach to this issue.
- one system can separate and filtrate up to 14,000 m3 of slurry per year;
- fully automatic slurry treatment in a two-stage process;
- suitable for slurry from finishing and sow farms;
- no more expensive transportation of untreated slurry;
- separated solids can be dried and pelletised or used for biogas plants;
- filtrate with low nutrient content can easily be spread or sprayed on agricultural areas;
- the system is installed in a 40-foot container, i.e. no building permit is required; can be used by several farmers at different locations.