From the CEO's Desk
May was busy and June will be too! We shipped out four Ultrafiltration and Two-Step Reverse Osmosis skids and are getting ready for our installation at Wilderness Trail Distillery starting next week. We’re pleased to announce the addition of Bill Guarini as our new VP of Sales–please read more about Bill below. We’re also continuing to grow our team and are looking for a new Project Engineer and a full time Fabricator, so please contact us if you or someone you know is interested! Finally, we’ve lined up several upcoming tradeshows; please come visit us at the North American Manure Expo, WEFTEC, WI Farm Technology Days, and BioCycle REFOR19.
Vermont Phosphorus Innovation Challenge Work Underway
R&D Engineer Sam Bagchi is onsite at Vermont Natural Ag Products in Middlebury, VT. Our pilot ultrafiltration system is running raw manure, digested manure, screw-pressed manure, and lagoon effluent to determine how to most cost-effectively concentrate phosphorus from dairy manure into value-added fertilizer products. We are working with Agrilab Technologies and Vermont Natural Ag Products to formulate enriched compost blends using the ultrafiltered concentrate. We look forward to helping improve water quality in the beautiful state of Vermont. Read More.
Bill Guarini Joins Team as VP of Sales
Welcome aboard Bill! Bill holds a Masters Degree in Chemical Engineering and has been serving the industrial water and wastewater industry for more than 30 years. In 2014, he received the prestigious Heukelekian Award for lifetime contributions to the NJ environmental industry. Bill will be focused on helping our food and beverage as well as industrial customers improve their waste management practices, reduce costs, and create new value added products.
Connecting the Dots Between Wisconsin Dairy and Water Quality
The Dairy Industry wants to be heard and involved in the inevitable tightening of regulations, which is the purpose of “Dairy Day at the Capitol,” sponsored by the Dairy Business Association. Digested Organics was invited to be a part of this full program of presentations and meetings with state legislators to discuss issues and solutions to dairy sustainability. 2019 is the “Year of Water” in Wisconsin and we are excited about the unanimous support and common interest in engineered solutions.
Digested Organics Supports Being "Dairy Forward" Through Golf
Digested Organics is supporting the Dairy Business Association (DBA) by sponsoring a hole at the 17th Annual Dairy Golf Classic at Fox Hills Resort in Mishicot, WI on Thursday, June 13th. This event helps the DBA to continue to be a dependable resource for farmers and build the dairy community. Follow the event at #DBAgolf.
Trucks are Rolling to Wilderness Trail Distillery...
Our Ultrafiltration System is on its way to Wilderness Trail Distillery. Installation will begin next week as the modules, pumps, valves, and sensors are placed into position, assembled, wired, and tested. We are excited to start filtering stillage!