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Nutrient Management Planning
Nutrient Management Plans created for the spreading of Cattle, Pig slurry, Poultry Manure, Digestate etc, meeting crop requirement for Phosphate P205 and Nitrogen N / Ha.
Farm Nutrient Map showing:
Spreadable area in Green
Waterways in blue
Field boundaries in yellow
Black X areas not used for spreading manure / slurry / Digestate.
Soil Analysis via a UKAS Accredited Lab
Soil Indices Provided for the different elements, pH, P,K,Mg
Fertiliser Plans can be provided on request
Soil Sampling and Collection Services available
FACTS FE / 4018
Anaerobic Digestion is a natural biological process that can be used to generate renewable energy and manage waste.
Agriculture generates significant volumes of organic products, such as animal manures and energy crop residues etc. Anaerobic Digestion provides an option to recover values from these organic products and reduces the overall carbon footprint of the farming enterprise.
The process takes place in an oxygen-free chamber, where micro-organisms convert organic material such as food waste, slurries and energy crop residues into:
Biogas: a renewable fuel
Digestate: a powerful fertiliser or soil conditioner
Biogas is a mixture of biomethane gas and carbon dioxide. The biogas can be used directly in CHP engines to produce renewable heat and power, or it can be burned to produce heat only.
Biomethane can be produced by removing the carbon dioxide from the biogas. The biomethane has many valuable uses. It can be injected into the gas grid as a renewable replacement for natural gas or it can be used as vehicle fuel.
The by-product from the AD process is called ‘digestate’. It is rich in valuable plant nutrients such as nitrogen phosphate potassium and minor nutrients and can be used as a renewable fertiliser or soil conditioner.
Integrated Pollution Prevention
and Control Directive (IPPC)
Waste management licence WML
Application to register an exempt activity WEL
We prepare IPPC applications for the intensive Agricultural sector Pigs & Poultry.
For further information on an IPPC Application:
Call us on: +44 (0) 7714 307 411 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
The aim of the IPPC Directive is to prevent, reduce and eliminate pollution by prioritising efforts on the most significant industrial and agricultural activities.
It also focuses on the prudent use of natural resources.
IPPC manages the activities of significant sites, called “installations” by regulating:
Raw material and energy use
How the site operates and the technology used
Emissions into air, water and land
How any waste produced is managed
Nutrient Management Plan
Waste management licence WML
The activities at an installation are expected to be operated using
“Best Available Techniques” under a permit.
Such as Ammonia, Noise and Odour Management on the following farms: