Characterizing ammonia emissions from swine farms in eastern North Carolina: Reduction of emissions from water-holding structures at two candidate superior technologies for waste treatment

@inproceedings{Aneja2008CharacterizingAE,
  title={Characterizing ammonia emissions from swine farms in eastern North Carolina: Reduction of emissions from water-holding structures at two candidate superior technologies for waste treatment},
  author={Viney P. Aneja and S. Pal Arya and Ian Cooper Rumsey and D-S. Kim and Kanwardeep S. Bajwa and Christina Marie Williams},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Program OPEN (Odor, Pathogens, and Emissions of Nitrogen) was an integrated study of the emissions of ammonia (NH3), odor and odorants, and pathogens from potential environmentally superior technologies (ESTs) for swine facilities in eastern North Carolina. This paper, as part of program OPEN, focuses on quantifying emissions of NH3 from water-holding structures at two of the best ESTs and compares them with the projected emissions from two conventional lagoon and spray technologies… CONTINUE READING

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