In the pilot plant, solids and phosphate are separated with a clay mineral and starch, whereby the nitrogen content is roughly halved and the phosphate content is almost completely separated (98-99%!). The solids can be stored and pelletized, also sold as garden fertilizers.
By reducing nutrient input, the treatment technology contributes to the protection of the environment in agriculture and the protection of groundwater. Especially in intensive areas or particularly nitrogen-contaminated areas, the nutrient input can be massively reduced by this method.
In particular, for smaller companies that cannot install their own plant, the over-operational technology enables the utilization of manure and a comprehensible circular economy. Due to the reduced nitrate input and the possibility to use the solids as biological fertilisation, the system makes a significant contribution to environmentally friendly livestock farming. In addition, there is a large need for slurry transport. The mobile-use system was correspondingly well received throughout Germany at the leading European trade fair EuroTier, where the process was also recognised by the DLG in gold for the area of "separation rate pig and beef".