Assistant Prof. Ryan Holzem of NAS, a specialist in environmental engineering technology, was awarded two grants this summer. He will receive $9,664 to provide a third-party evaluation of a private pro-biotic product that is added to manure lagoons to reduce organics and solids and improve nutrient values, with testing on two Wisconsin-based farms. He was also awarded $4,685 through EMBI (UWGB’s Environmental Management and Business Institute) to evaluate several chloride reduction options for a local food processing company that uses salt in product processing and wants to reduce the amount of salt leaving the facility via used water.
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