Environment

Tyson Foods Air Pollutant Emission Monitoring

Authors
  • Robert T. Burns (Iowa State University)
  • Hongwei Xin (Iowa State University)
  • Richard Gates (University of Kentucky)
  • Steven J. Hoff (Iowa State University)
  • Hong Li (Iowa State University)
  • Lara Moody (Iowa State University)
  • Carl Pedersen (Iowa State University)
  • Ross Muhlbauer (Iowa State University)

Abstract

Iowa State University (ISU) is measuring air emissions from two Tyson broiler chicken houses in western Kentucky as part of a new air compliance agreement between the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and industry groups. The $1 million project in Kentucky, funded by Tyson Foods, was originally designed to monitor just ammonia. But the EPA agreed Iowa State could expand the project to include other items of interest - carbon dioxide, three types of particulate matter, hydrogen sulfide and nonmethane hydrocarbons.

Keywords: ASL R2121

How to Cite:

Burns, R. T. & Xin, H. & Gates, R. & Hoff, S. J. & Li, H. & Moody, L. & Pedersen, C. & Muhlbauer, R., (2006) “Tyson Foods Air Pollutant Emission Monitoring”, Iowa State University Animal Industry Report 3(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/ans_air-180814-278

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Published on
01 Jan 2006
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