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Record number 404929
Title Haalbaarheidsstudie terugwinning van mestnutriënten : Fase 1: Processchema en nutriëntenstromen = Feasibility study on nutrient recovery from animal manure : Phase 1: Process scheme and nutrient flows
Author(s) Starmans, D.A.J.; Melse, R.W.; Sanders, J.P.M.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen UR Livestock Research (Rapport / Wageningen UR Livestock Research 446) - 21
Department(s) Livestock Research
LR - Backoffice
Biobased Chemistry and Technology
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) rundveehouderij - varkenshouderij - varkensmest - rundveemest - dierlijke meststoffen - mestverwerking - nutriëntenstromen - co-vergisting - scheidingstechnologie - haalbaarheidsstudies - digestaat - biobased economy - cattle husbandry - pig farming - pig manure - cattle manure - animal manures - manure treatment - nutrient flows - co-fermentation - separation technology - feasibility studies - digestate
Categories Animal Husbandry and Environment / Manure treatment / Pigs / Cattle
Abstract A process scheme for a new manure treatment system for pig and cattle manure was formulated which aims to produce manure nutrient flows with added value. The basic process behind the treatment system is fermentation of manure, which is preceded by both stripping ammonia and chemical digestion of the organic solids. The fermented manure is separated in a thin and a thick phase, which is further treated.
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