Abbotsford, BC – April 21, 2016 – Trident Processes and its’ partners were invited to the White House on March 30, 2016 to present their commercial Nutrient Recycling technologies, as well as the future developments they are working on that will significantly advance their nutrient recovery systems worldwide.
ABBOTSFORD, BC – April 18, 2016 – On April 16 Trident welcomed customers, partners and suppliers, and friends and family to an open house event at the new headquarter on Queen Street in Abbotsford, BC. Thank you to everyone who came. We had manny great conversations, plenty of good food and it was simply a very fun day. We also met with the Abbotsford News for a little article about our latest adventures. You can read the article here.
ABBOTSFORD, BC – April 7, 2016 – Trident invites to Open House on April 16 at the new headquarter location in British Columbia. Trident has recently moved into a new office at 2238 Queens St in Abbotsford, BC. The new location allows better access for customers and employees and the proximity to our strategic partners will further improve collaboration processes. The Open House will be a great opportunity to meet the team and experience first hand what Trident is about. We look forward to seeing you on April 16.
Trident Nutrient Recovery Technology results presented at 2016 Ag & Biogas Forum
Trident Processes LLC, announced presentations of the latest news about their nutrient recovery technology to visitors of the BC Biogas Forum, an annual event at the Pacific Ag Show in Abbotsford, BC Canada. The forum was well attended by biogas professionals, farm producers and suppliers, and representatives of government departments and universities.
Trident’s Nutrient Recovery is now a proven process with commercial installations in both Canada and the USA as reported in a presentation by Chris Bush, Manager of Trident Systems Operations. Mr. Bush is considered a pioneer in the biogas industry in BC, the developer of BC’s first large scale dairy-based biogas system. That initiative is now supplying green energy to many BC households. He addressed many of the forum’s attendees by name, and drove home the point that digesters should not be considered a stand-alone solution for agriculture. “It is only part of the solution,” he said. “Nutrient recovery is a natural technology progression that adds value to owners of agricultural digesters. It brings additional benefits and enhances the overall value of the digester.”
January 28-29, Abbotsford BC, The 2016 Agricultural & Municipal Biogas Forum: Closing the Loop
This forum provides the best venue for learning how to take advantage of organic material to contribute towards job and wealth creation, energy self-sufficiency, and environmental sustainability.
Trident is proud supporter of the 2016 Agricultural & Municipal Biogas Forum: Closing the Loop as Diamond Sponsor.
The 2016 Biogas Forum is designed for farmers, municipalities, food processors, facility and fleet managers, waste haulers, project developers, consultants, and other organic waste management professionals to learn about biogas and renewable natural gas (RNG), its benefits, how it fits with agricultural and municipal operations, and outcomes and lessons learned from biogas systems across Canada, the US and Sweden.
EPA and Partners Launch Challenge to Recycle Nutrients from Livestock Waste
On November 12, the EPA announced it is partnering with pork and dairy producers along with a host of other players including the USDA, environmental and science experts, solutions engineers, and equipment manufacturers to find affordable technology that take nutrients from livestock manure and create valuable products with them. Working together, they have created a nationwide Nutrient Recycling Challenge to anyone who can envision a better way of processing manure to minimize water pollution and build healthy soils.