Anaerobic Digesters and Biogas Safety

When manure is anaerobically digested, the biogas produced is primarily composed of methane and carbon dioxide, with lesser amounts of hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, and other gases. Each of these gases has safety issues. Overall, biogas risks include explosion, asphyxiation, disease, and hydrogen sulfide poisoning.…

Manure Storage Safety

Manure storage structures are an integral part of livestock feeding operations. They allow for manure containment until conditions are favorable for land application or other treatment. Manure may be stored in enclosed structures, near or directly below the animal housing facility or it may be stored in open structures such as above ground tanks or storage ponds/lagoons.…

Manure Safety and Transport

In the rush to complete harvest, manure application, and winter preparations, small mistakes and accidents can result in major downtime, expense and increased liability. This webcast focuses on reducing the risk. This presentation was originally broadcast on August 19, 2016. More…