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Existing Effluent
System Improvements

Looking to enhance your existing effluent
management system? You’ve come to the right place!
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Existing Effluent System Improvements

Looking to enhance your existing effluent management system? You’ve come to the right place!

Talk to the Nevada team about your goals, and we’ll be more than happy to advise on the best way to achieve them. We’re specialists in dairy effluent management, and farm dairy effluent system design accredited, so you can be confident we’ve got the knowledge and knowhow to help tweak your effluent management system to meet your goals.

Our approach is to develop effluent management systems that are simple, but effective in making the most of your effluent nutrients while keeping costs low, productivity high, and remaining council compliant.

Existing Effluent System Improvements

It’s [effluent management] not just a cost. If it was just a cost most people wouldn’t want to do it. It’s the payback that makes it interesting.

Victor McIntyre, Waitui, Taranaki

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If you're not in New Zealand, no worries!  We can help over the phone, or happy to jump on a video call.  Our equipment can be exported - to date it has made it's way over to Australia, USA and South America!

 
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Farm Dairy Effluent System Design Accredited
Yes, We're Accredited!
Nevada are Farm Dairy Effluent System Design Accredited by Irrigation NZ! This means we've been assessed (and passed with flying colours) on our competency and skills in all the important things to provide you with top notch advice - read more here
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