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Laboratory investigation of supported permeable organic covers for the management of odour emissions from anaerobic piggery waste ponds



Laboratory investigation of supported permeable organic covers for the management of odour emissions from anaerobic piggery waste ponds



Water Science and Technology 44(9): 317-326



Australian research has linked much of the odour arising from intensive livestock operations to pond treatment systems. A reduction in emission from treatment ponds would therefore generally reduce odour emission from intensive livestock operations. Published data indicates that the application of straw and other biological materials to effluent pond surfaces as a continuous cover reduces odour emissions.

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