Waste Management

If you have animals, you have waste. It comes in various forms, solid and liquid, and we can help you deal with it all. Bio Minerals Technologies helps you put the right biology in charge of your animal waste. Instead of putrefaction and toxins, we have decomposition and digestion, resulting in beneficial plant-available nutrients with much less odor.

Bio Minerals Technologies provides the following waste management solutions:

  • Naturally-cultured anaerobic toxin reducing and fiber decomposing culture (pits and lagoons)
  • Compost tea solutions for aerobic decomposition (compost)

Call us at 435-753-2086 and let us show you how turn your waste into food for your plants and your fields.

 

Waste Management - Aerobic (dry) and Anaerobic (liquid)

If you have any type of agricultural operation, you have waste, and dealing with it is always a challenge, whether in lagoons, pits, or piles. Without proper treatment, agricultural waste can become toxic to plants and soil biology (not to mention our olfactory objections). Bio Minerals Technologies understands the biological balance that is required to decompose the waste properly, minimizing odors and preserving the minerals and nutrients necessary for your soils.

Put the Right Biology in Charge for Better Lagoons

Every concentrated animal operation has to deal with animal waste. Manure pits and lagoons collect the waste and supposedly convert it into something that can be reused on fields. The problem is, they seldom work properly, so you have poorly composted waste, lagoons full of sediments, foul odors, lost nutrients, and toxic compounds that actually harm the ground and the plants they are supposed to nurture.

Reducing lagoon odors and recovering capacity!

In the spring of 2015, Bio Minerals Technologies began working with a 350-head dairy out of Marlin, Washington. They had a common and recurring issue with their manure pits. They were running a 3-stage lagoon, and it stank! Plus, like all manure lagoons, solids build up on the bottom over time and reduce the capacity of the lagoons. These solids, and the anaerobic nature of the lagoons, breed pathogens. The pathogens make it smell bad. Almost all manure lagoons smell bad, but they don’t have to!

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(435) 753-2086