New Projects: two more Wisconsin Dairies

  • August 1, 2008
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Digesters like Holsum Elm’s are a part of a broader environmental management program.

The TerraPass project team is excited to bring you two more projects for public comment. Both are dairy digesters in the state of Wisconsin.

Holsum Elm Dairy is a relatively new dairy and sister dairy to Holsum Irish, a TerraPass project since 2006. Like Holsum Irish, Holsum Elm has a variety of environmentally friendly management practices including an anaerobic digester project that stabilizes manure wastes and generates power for the farm and surrounding community. Clover Hill Dairy has a relatively new dairy digester project located in the state of Wisconsin. The Clover Hill anaerobic digester project stabilizes manure wastes and generates power for the farm and surrounding community.

If you’re interested, you can check out the project details for Holsum Elm or Clover Hill and send any comments or questions to projects@terrapass.com. The comment period closes September 5th.

Also as a reminder, the comment period for Hilarides closes August 8th and LP Gill will close on Aug 21st.

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