The Probst Group offers unparalleled experience in wastewater engineering and consulting to the dairy, food and beverage, and other industries. Our team of engineers and specialists allow us to provide a complete solution for wastewater management.
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Associated Milk Producers Inc. (AMPI) is a dairy cooperative that encompasses more than 2,000 farm families and 1,200 employees. The cooperative owns and operates multiple dairy product facilities throughout the Midwest, including their facility in Jim Falls, WI.
Primarily producing pepper jack cheese, the Jim Falls facility had traditionally treated their process wastewater with a ridge and furrow land treatment system. The wastewater was treated through biodegradation by soil and vegetation organisms…
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