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History of Agriculture in Southern Ontario

Never mind that farming is the "other" oldest occupation. In Southern Ontario, farmers remain among the most respected and agriculture the most valued industry. Agriculture in Southern Ontario has a long and varied history. One that all of Canada should be proud of.

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Can any farm receive biosolids?

If you operate a commercial farm and are looking to implement affordable and sustainable practices, chances are you might be considering biosolids. This method of fertilization has become quite popular in recent years as biosolids are rich in nutrients, delivering nitrogen, phosphorous, zinc, copper and magnesium to crops.

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Wastewater Treatment - What is it?

Every day we all create wastewater. Every time you flush the toilet or turn on a sink, you are creating wastewater. But what happens to that wastewater after you flush?

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Types of Confined Spaces and Their Hazards

Confined spaces are not like any other ordinary workplace, and being within them can cause injuries and fatalities. The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety notes that precautions must be made to make confined spaces safe before workers enter. For the workers who brave the hazardous conditions of confined spaces, it’s vital to know just what sort of risks could be faced.

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What is a Digester?

A digester is an imperative tool when biosolids are being properly treated. This large tank is specifically designed to treat organic matter, providing control of pertinent operation and environmental variables. These controls allow treatment to occur at accelerated rates. Although there are various methods of digestion, all have a common goal of turning sludge into organic matter that is fit to be used in commercial and industrial farming initiatives.

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