Smithfield announces plans to cover hog lagoons, produce renewable energy

“Smithfield Foods says it plans to cover most of its hog lagoons in North Carolina to generate renewable energy from methane gas and to protect the waste pits from heavy rains, which caused significant environmental concerns during Hurricane Florence last month.”

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