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Abstracts from international papers.
Tests made in a farrowing house during the summer reveal that supplementary air inlets improve sows’ immediate environment.
Proceedings from ASABE International Symposium on Air Quality and Mnure Management for Agriculture, September 2010, Dallas Tx.
Test shows that the chemical air cleaner MAC 2.0 used 18.2 kWh electricity; 2.1 kg acid; and 164 L water per finished pig when operating at full cleaning capacity in a finisher unit.
This paper deals with a newly developed Perstrup pig house with partial under-floor air evacuation and in-house separation of faeces and urine.
Ozone treatment of slurry from finishers in climate chambers.
BIO-REX Hartmann Bio Filter tested in a finisher facility.
The measured odour removal efficiency averaged 60 %. In contrast, the biofilters did not reduce the ammonia concentration (ppm) significantly in the outlet air.
The aim of this study was to determine the average odour emission from the most common pig facilities in Denmark during the summer in order to find new standards for odour emissions.
The present study was carried out to investigate the ammonia and odour removal with a commercial biotrickling filter (SKOV A/S, Glyngøre, Denmark) in a unit with growing-finishing pigs.
Odour from pig production is one of the biggest barriers to expanding pig production units in Denmark. There is a great need to develop methods to reduce odour emission. However, it is very important that the solutions are economically feasible.
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