Vermeer Wisconsin and Vermeer Corp were proud supports of the 2017 Midwest Compost School. The event took place at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, July 11th to the 13th. With the demo at HSU Compost in Wausau WI
35 students participated in the classroom and hands-on experience, they were provided three days of training on compost making, the use and facility operation.
Introduction to the composting process
Recipe development and feedstock characteristic
Compost quality and measurement
Compost pile building
Applications of compost
Hands-on compost pile construction
Midwest regulations overview and update
Composting is growing within North America, being part of their community, helping to educate and support is an important part of exposing our products and equipment line up to potential future leaders.
Wade, JR, Brad G and Brad Van Rheenen participated by screening compost during the demo portion of the school. They demonstrated the Vermeer TR620
Trommel Screen. Showing students the efficiency of the Trommel screen, how screening the material provides more consistent sizing separating and maximizing your end-product.
This was great exposure not only for Vermeer product but also for who we are Vermeer Wisconsin.
Other competitors attended as well:
Komptech, Midwest BioSystems.