Making Manure into More
Anaerobic Digesters/Biogas Systems Tour
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Take the opportunity to join other dairy industry members for a behind the-scenes tour of three very different biogas systems in Eastern Wisconsin:
Urban Anaerobic Dry Biogas System: An anaerobic digestion system which uses input material with moisture content less than 75%.
Large Wet Anaerobic Biogas System: An anaerobic digestion system which utilizes manure from Wisconsin’s largest dairy farm to generate renewable biogas.
Small Wet Anaerobic Biogas System: The first small-scale biogas system in Wisconsin involving wet digestion and a 64 kW engine using plug flow system technology on a 250-cow dairy farm.
The full-day tour will leave and return on a chartered bus from two locations:
Location 1: 8:15 am pick-up, 5:15 pm return UW-Extension Outagamie County 3365 W. Brewster Street, Appleton, WI
Location 2: 9:00 am pick-up, 4:30 pm return UW-Oshkosh Campus Services Center 650 Witzel Avenue, Oshkosh, WI
Tour registration is based on a first come-first served basis.
The tour is subject to cancellation due to insufficient registration. Full refund will be made in the event the tour is cancelled.
Early bird registration by November 7th (includes tour transportation & lunch) $40 per person
Late registration after November 7th (includes tour transportation & lunch) $55 per person
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