Finding a replacement for fishmeal in aquaculture feed

By: | Posted in: Feed & Food | Wednesday, Aug 7, 2019 - 7:52am
Fish Meal

Aquaculture is known as aquafarming. It is the growth and harvesting of fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and aquatic plants in controlled lakes, ponds, or saltwater structures. It is an alternative to

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An Opportunity For Ethanol Producers To Improve Margins

By: | Posted in: Feed & Food | Tuesday, Apr 28, 2020 - 5:22am
distillers grains - Generate a 50% protein DDGS

According to a report from the Energy Information Administration, operating margins for corn-based fuel ethanol plants decreased to a multi-year low in 2019. This was due in part because production

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Dry beneficiation of bauxite minerals for greater yields

By: | Posted in: Feed & Food | Tuesday, Apr 14, 2020 - 4:40am
Beneficiation of bauxite

The primary starting material for aluminum refining is bauxite. Since aluminum is a reactive element and does not occur naturally, aluminum-rich ore needs to be refined to produce alumina and

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Trends in using plant protein for aquaculture feed

By: | Posted in: Feed & Food, News | Monday, Apr 6, 2020 - 12:21am
Aquaculture Protein Feed

Using plant-based proteins to supplement fish meal has been a part of aquaculture for decades. Fish feed comes from harvesting fish species such as anchovies, herring, menhaden, and sardines. The

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A water-free protein enhancement process for distillers grains

By: | Posted in: News | Thursday, Jan 30, 2020 - 10:34am
Distillers grains

Dry Distillers Grains (DDG) and Dry Distillers Grains Solubles (DDGS) are nutrient-rich co-product of the ethanol production process. Both are valuable food sources for the livestock industry, especially beef cattle.

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Ironing out the problems with iron ore tailings

By: | Posted in: News | Wednesday, Dec 11, 2019 - 6:00am
Dry iron ore processing

The iron we use today comes from oceans that existed nearly two billion years ago that were teaming with dissolved iron. When the first organisms capable of photosynthesis began releasing

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Fine Iron Ore Separation

By: | Posted in: Mineral, News | Saturday, Dec 7, 2019 - 8:49am
iron ore beneficiation

While iron ore is the fourth most common elements available in the Earth’s crust, it’s value to the steel industry is monumental, especially considering the high demand for steel on

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Reducing red mud from the bauxite equation

By: | Posted in: News | Thursday, Oct 31, 2019 - 5:55am

Aluminum is the most common metal element found on Earth. However, the aluminum we use today comes in the form of aluminum metal and alumina, also known as aluminum oxide,

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How to Valorize a Wet Impoundment

By: | Posted in: News, Press | Friday, Sep 20, 2019 - 5:31am

Large volumes of water is frequently used in minerals handling, mining & mineral processing operations, leaving contaminated solid and liquid waste behind after the mined minerals or ores are removed.

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Why consumers are eating less meat and opting for plant proteins

By: | Posted in: Feed & Food, News | Saturday, Aug 31, 2019 - 5:58am

Protein is critical for human existence. Our hair and nails are made up primarily of protein. Our bodies use protein to build and repair tissues. Protein is an important building

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Giving Thanks

By: | Posted in: Fly Ash, News | Wednesday, Nov 8, 2017 - 2:25pm
concrete fly ash

ST Equipment & Technology got our start in 1989 when we were founded as Separation Technologies, a commercialized proprietary electrostatic separation process invented by a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

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Reducing water in the mining process

By: | Posted in: News | Monday, Jul 22, 2019 - 6:03am

It’s a relatively simple process for nature to combine two hydrogen atoms with one oxygen atom to create water. However, fresh water is becoming increasingly scarce due to over-use, climate

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The benefits of fly ash in concrete

By: | Posted in: News | Wednesday, Jul 3, 2019 - 12:24pm
concrete fly ash

Fly ash is a leftover residue created by coal-fired power plants used to create electricity. Normally considered a waste product, fly ash has been shown to be very be extremely

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Falling for Fly Ash

By: | Posted in: Fly Ash, News | Monday, Feb 12, 2018 - 5:27pm
ST Equipment & Technology

Love is in the air, thanks to Valentine’s Day occurring this month. Most people believe that Valentine’s Day was created by greeting card companies in order to increase sales, but

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Smart Feed & Food

By: | Posted in: Feed & Food, News | Monday, Jan 22, 2018 - 7:33pm
ST Equipment & Technology

Harsh winters remind us that we need to make the most of our available resources to keep profitable after the harvest, especially during months when pickings are slim. Of course,

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