Grant to increase NC Bioenergy

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Sludge at the bottom of swine lagoons can be a challenge. But what if that sludge could be removed and used not only as fertilizer, but for renewable energy as well?

The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering received a grant of $144,711 from the N.C. Bioenergy Research and New and Emerging Crops Initiative to investigate the potential for integrating swine lagoon sludge into the North Carolina bioenergy industry.

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