Book: Exhaust Air Treatment
More pig and poultry producers throughout the world
have become increasingly interested in solutions regarding house emissions that
have been available for 35 years now, like classic biofilters, trickle bed
reactors, chemical scrubbers and multiple-stage treatment techniques.
Now, this comprehensive overview endeavours to update and explain the
latest about several of these techniques in 86 pages and 7 chapters, combined by
some of Germany's well-known scholars in this field.
Additionally, examples, cost aspects, permit procedures and certification
tests receive a considerable amount of attention. The publication, as indicated
in its preface, is the coordinated result of the KTBL working group 'Status of
Process Technology and Costs of Exhaust Air Treatment in Farm Animal Housing'.
In the past, this group provided an incentive for the Germany-wide introduction
of certification of exhaust air treatment systems.
Publisher: Association for Technology and Structures in
Agriculture (KTBL), Darmstadt, Germany
Air Treatment Systems for Animal Housing Facilities
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