Ten years ago, Livestock Water Recycling emerged with a vision to create a technology that would give farmers a tool to treat livestock manure in a way that would eliminate the need for lagoon storage. Today they are being recognized for this progressive vision by being named finalist for PwC Canada's 2019 Vision to Reality (V2R) award. This annual program aims to recognize and celebrate the most forward-thinking organizations in the nation.
Livestock Water Recycling (LWR)
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LWR is a global manufacturer of manure treatment systems that provide hog, dairy and anaerobic digester operations with patented manure treatment technology to recycle clean water and fertilizer nutrients from livestock manure for reuse at the farm. The LWR system is designed to save farmers time and money by providing them with a cost-effective solution to manage manure in a sustainable manner. LWR has systems operating throughout Canada and the US.
This week, Livestock Water Recycling (LWR) is part of the Government of Canada and Export Development Canada sponsored delegation of 20 companies attending the 17th annual Cleantech Forum in San Francisco. LWR says they are dedicated to sharing the inspiring sustainability story of livestock farmers around the world who are transforming their operations by capitalizing on the manure economy, while at the same time regenerating their soils through agrology.
LWR's manure treatment technology claims spot on CleanTech Cohort of the Canadian Technology Accelerator Program
Livestock Water Recycling (LWR), a Calgary based startup with a disruptive manure treatment platform, is in New York City this week to kick off the Canadian Technology Accelerator program as part of the 2018 Cleantech Cohort.
Livestock Water Recycling has been named as one of Canada's fastest growing technology companies in the 19th annual Deloitte Technology Fast 50™awards for demonstrating bold innovation, dedicated leadership and strong growth. The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 program celebrates leaders in the Canadian technology industry and tracks the successful growth of Canadian-grown leaders. LWR ranked 30th with a 415% in revenue growth from 2012 to 2015.
LWR awarded student training grant based on positive environmental impact of innovative manure treatment system
As a direct result of the positive environmental impact that the LWR manure treatment system is having on the livestock industry, Livestock Water Recycling is excited to announce the award of a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) student training grant involving the University of Calgary. Maya Schuller and Pankti Shah have joined the LWR product development team where they will continue their work through until September, when they return to school for fall semester.
Prairieland Dairy, a 1400 cow flush flume dairy and one of the largest composting operations in Nebraska, will become the first dairy in the state to install the LWR manure treatment System.