Louisiana Agriculture Magazine -- Brian LeBlanc

Brian LeBlanc  |  8/17/2010 8:38:12 PM

Improving Dairy Wastewater Treatment for Louisiana’s Environment

Lime Precipitation and Phosphorus Removal from Dairy Wastewater

Regulations intended to assure public water safety in the United States have been in place since 1948 under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. Despite these laws, degradation of public waters continues.

To find out more about improving dairy wastewater treatment for Louisiana's environment, CLICK HERE.


Nutrient management and recovery on livestock farms, such as dairies, is important for two reasons. The major concern is the gradual buildup in the soil of nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus from manure application.

To find out more about lime precipitation and phosphorus removal from dairy wastewater, CLICK HERE.
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