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Record number 403233
Title Emissies van lachgas, methaan en ammoniak uit mest na scheiding = Emissions of nitrous oxide, methane and ammonia from manure after separation
Author(s) Mosquera Losada, J.; Schils, R.L.M.; Groenestein, C.M.; Hoeksma, P.; Velthof, G.L.; Hummelink, E.W.J.
Source Lelystad : Wageningen UR Livestock Research (Rapport / Wageningen UR Livestock Research 427) - 38
Department(s) Livestock Research
LR - Backoffice
SS - Soil Quality and Nutrients
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) melkveehouderij - varkenshouderij - drijfmest - scheidingstechnologie - ammoniakemissie - broeikasgassen - luchtverontreinigende stoffen - dairy farming - pig farming - slurries - separation technology - ammonia emission - greenhouse gases - air pollutants
Categories Animal Husbandry and Environment / Air Pollution / Cattle / Pigs
Abstract It is expected that separation of animal slurry in the Netherlands in coming years will increase as a result of the manure legislation. Against this background the effect of slurry separation on the emission of greenhouse gasses and ammonia during storage and after field application was studied. It is expected that due to slurry separation in the Netherlands in 2020 the greenhouse gas emissions will be slightly lower than the current level. Slurry separation has no effect on the emission of ammonia.
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