Gaseous emissions from systems for pig slurry treatment

R.W. Melse, D.A.J. Starmans, N. Verdoes

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    Abstract

    In the Netherlands manure treatment is applied because of high off-farm disposal costs. Gaseous emissions (ammonia, odor, and greenhouse gases (methane, nitrous oxide)) from six different systems for pig slurry treatment were measured.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationNon-CO2 greenhouse gases : scientific understanding, control options and policy aspects
    EditorsJ. van Ham
    PublisherVereniging van Milieukundigen
    Pages51-52
    ISBN (Print)9789077017708
    Publication statusPublished - 2002

    Keywords

    • pig farming
    • pig slurry
    • emission
    • ammonia emission
    • odour emission
    • manure treatment
    • techniques
    • comparative research

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    Melse, R. W., Starmans, D. A. J., & Verdoes, N. (2002). Gaseous emissions from systems for pig slurry treatment. In J. van Ham (Ed.), Non-CO2 greenhouse gases : scientific understanding, control options and policy aspects (pp. 51-52). Vereniging van Milieukundigen. https://edepot.wur.nl/295129