Equipment News

BioCycle January 2014, Vol. 55, No. 1, p. 64

Ecoverse Industries, the Avon, Ohio parent company of DoppstadtUS, N40 and EnvEco, has acquired an interest in Harvest Quest International (HQI), based in Longmont, Colorado.

Harvest Quest Joins Ecoverse

Ecoverse Industries, the Avon, Ohio parent company of DoppstadtUS, N40 and EnvEco, has acquired an interest in Harvest Quest International (HQI), based in Longmont, Colorado. Harvest Quest supplies microbial treatments to improve composting efficiency and mitigate odors. “The addition of Harvest Quest greatly complements the Ecoverse offering, allowing us to broaden the expertise we offer to composting facilities of all sizes,” says Shane Donnelly of Ecoverse. “The product is particularly effective in the processing of food wastes and biosolids, and has helped many large composters reduce costs, mitigate odors and create a high quality finished product.” www.ecoverseindustries.com

CST Industries Wins Thailand Contract

CST Industries is installing four bolted tank digesters in Thailand, each about 125-feet in diameter and almost 50-feet high. “Each of the four digesters include pressurized free-spanning externally supported roofs and will store 15,000 cubic meters of effluent, making them the largest bolted steel digesters ever constructed,” according to CST Industries. The tanks are being installed at a bio-ethanol facility. www.cstindustries.com

REOTEMP’s Data Logging App

REOTEMP Instruments offers a data-logging app to use on a smart phone or tablet that complements its windrow data measurement and logging tools. Information available via the app includes compost pile temperature, oxygen and moisture levels. The data can be compiled in Excel spreadsheets to generate compliance reports, graphs, etc. www.reotemp.com/compost

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