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Wastewater from the agri-food sector

When talking about wastewater, we should in fact consider different types. Indeed, the type of contamination and the level of concentration of contaminants vary…

Solugen 25/03/2020

Using fertilizers extracted from pig manure - Phosphorus

Pig manure is a liquid mass whose composition varies according to the type of pig farm. In addition to various organic elements, hair, faeces, urine, it also contains…

Solugen 04/03/2020

Water a global issue

A very topical issue At a time when governments are stepping up measures to combat climate changes, water management is positioning itself as a global issue. Oceans…

Solugen 18/02/2020

Biomethanization - how to optimize the process

The principle of biomethanization Biomethanization is a process of revalorizing residual organic matter to extract biogas. The composition of this biogas varies…

Solugen 04/02/2020

Solugen, how to strengthen the pork industry in Quebec and around the world

A sector with a promising future In 2018 there were 2127 hog producers in Quebec, with a production volume of about 7 million animals. With $1.6 billion in exports,…

Solugen 07/01/2020

Wastewater treatment

Origin of wastewater Wastewater originates from different sectors: domestic, communal, municipal or industrial. As a result, the origins of wastewater are multiple.…

Solugen 17/12/2019

The pig farm of the future

Pork meat. A growing demand According to economic indicators, demand for pork meat will continue to increase over the next decade. A recent study (2018) by the Rabobank…

Solugen 14/11/2019

Pig slurry

What is pig slurry? Pig slurry consists in a mix of water and animal manure. It is similar to manure, but in a liquid form. Pig slurry is a mixture of farm animal…

Solugen 15/10/2019

Eutrophication: A slow asphyxia

Originally a natural phenomenon Eutrophication is an   aging phenomenon that affects water bodies (lakes, ponds). For thousands of years, on a geological age scale,…

Solugen 17/09/2019

Phosphorus: a non-renewable but essential resource for life

Phosphorus is an essential element used in agriculture. Overexploitation of phosphate rock mines suggest a lack of this resource within 10 to 20 years. There will…

Solugen 10/09/2019