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Canadian Company LWR Partners with Renowned Harper Adams University in Renewable Energy Funding

LWR and Harper Adams University have been awarded funding for a UK Wrap project to study LWR's Manure Treatment System. The project will evaluate the technical and economic benefits of LWR's system and its ability to successfully treat digestate.
    CALGARY, AB, CANADA, May 30, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Livestock Water Recycling, Inc. (LWR) is excited to announce that Harper Adams University will be studying its manure treatment system, because the University has been awarded funding for a UK WRAP - Driving Innovation in Anaerobic Digestion (DIAD) project. The project will evaluate the technical and economic benefits of LWR's system and its ability to successfully treat digestate from anaerobic digestion (AD).

The objective of WRAP funding is to identify technologies and solutions which will improve AD operations and aid them in market penetration. The approved funding project, titled Re-cycling Nutrients and Water from Digestate (ReNWD), will be completed in June.

Scott Kirby, who is responsible for commercial farming operations at Harper Adams, is the project lead for ReNWD. Scott has toured LWR's headquarters in Calgary, AB and operating system sites in Manitoba and New York. Ross Thurston, President of LWR is confident that this study will, "create awareness of this new innovative technology and how it can aid livestock operations in effectively treating their effluent in an environmentally sustainable way."

In operation since 2011, Harper Adams' AD processes approximately 11,000 tonnes of dairy and pig slurry, as well as 12,000 tonnes of food waste. Committed to developing sustainable heat and electricity, the University uses their AD to produce biogas and digestate from waste. The digestate, a mixture of nutrients and water can be used as fertilizer. LWR's technology will recycle clean water from the digestate and concentrate the nutrients. This will enable efficient nutrient application and reduce potential run-off into fresh water sources.

The funding promotes the importance of processing and enhancing digestate for a safe, sustainable and profitable AD industry.

About LWR
LWR is a Canadian-based environmental company which provides sustainable manure treatment technology for the livestock industry. The technology has been awarded a Canadian patent and is patent-pending in seven other countries around the world. LWR currently has operations throughout Canada and the US. The company's manure treatment system can be placed at hog, dairy, and AD operations. For more information, please visit http://www.livestockwaterrecycling.com

About Harper Adams University
Harper Adams University is located in Newport Shropshire, UK and it is the UK's largest center of higher education for rural, land, animal, and food based studies. The University is renowned internationally for the quality of its education, applied research professional short courses and conferences. Over 640 hectares of land is owned by the University and is used to study large-scale commercial farming. For more information, please visit http://www.harper-adams.ac.uk/.

Contact
To learn more about this funding project, please contact:

Livestock Water Recycling, Inc.
Alissa Woo, Marketing Coordinator
Office: 403-203-4972
marketing@livestockwaterrecycling.com
http://www.livestockwaterrecycling.com


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