Gaseous emissions and process development during composting of pig slurry: the influence of the proportion of cotton gin waste

@inproceedings{Santos2016GaseousEA,
  title={Gaseous emissions and process development during composting of pig slurry: the influence of the proportion of cotton gin waste},
  author={Alfonso Carrasco Santos and Mar{\'i}a Angeles Bustamante and Germ{\'a}n Tortosa and Raul Moral and Mar{\'i}a Pilar Castillo Bernal},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Composting is a feasible, environmentally-friendly management tool for the treatment of animal manures based on nutrient recovery. However, the liquid character of the pig slurry, with low dry matter, requires previous solid–liquid separation and the mixture of the solid fraction with an adequate bulking agent in the correct ratio. This work studies the influence of the bulking agent proportion on the composting of the solid fraction of pig slurry, focussing on the development of the… CONTINUE READING

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