MagneGas® Corporation, a technology company that counts among its inventions a patented process that converts liquid waste into a hydrogen-based fuel, recently announced that the results of the recent Swine Manure Sterilization trials meet Rule 503.32 requirements making swine manure suitable for Class A treatment.
This is a significant milestone for MagneGas Corporation which the Company believes provides solutions to challenges facing the swine industry such as odor control, manure handling and disposal. The fact that the MagneGas® Process meets or exceed the time and temperature requirements for Rule 503.32 Class A waste could, depending on local requirements, reduce or eliminate the costs of disposal or land application by rendering it suitable for direct fertilization application.
“We believe this accelerates our market entry into manure sterilization by converting Class B manures into Class A transforming it in some cases, to be suitable for fertilization as opposed to costly and time consuming land application, lagoons or holding ponds.” commented Ermanno Santilli, CEO of MagneGas Corporation. “We will now present this solution to the contacts we made at the Orlando Biowaste conference from May as well as presenting it to organizations such as farmer cooperatives, the US Pork Council and agricultural universities.”