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Centrifugation for separating piggery slurry. 3. Economic effects on aerobic methods of odour control


Centrifugation for separating piggery slurry. 3. Economic effects on aerobic methods of odour control



Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 39(3): 199-208



DOI: 10.1016/0021-8634(88)90097-2

The costs of reducing the odours from piggery slurries to an inoffensive level and storing that slurry in an inoffensive state are discussed. Five combinations of aerobic treatment and separation for slurries containing initially between 1.5 and 8% dry matter (DM), from 2000 and 8000 pigs, and with storage for 5 or 30 d are considered.

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