We use wholly natural processes to return any unusable byproducts back into the environment.
Any milk byproducts we cannot use for other beneficial purposes we specially treat in order to return them safely into the environment.
These land-based disposal methods rely on bacterial decomposition, uptake of nutrients by crops, and other wholly natural processes.
This differs significantly from conventional mechanical/chemical methods, which demand large tanks or lagoons while consuming triple the electricity and 25 percent more truck fuel than the Meister system, as well as requiring harsh chemicals.
The Meister system also avoids the significant energy required for converting wastewater ammonia into nitrate—a common exigency depending on geographical location—as well as the maintenance, repair, and replacement of costly mechanical equipment.