Management Economics

Treating Ventilation Exhaust Air for Odor Control

Authors
  • Steven J. Hoff (Iowa State University)
  • Jay D. Harmon (Iowa State University)
  • Hongwei Xin (Iowa State University)
  • Liang Dong (Iowa State University)

Abstract

Odor control for swine facilities has focussed on storage and the land application phases of manure handling. A third component, ventilation exhaust air, has received little attention. This research was targeted at reducing odor emitted from ventilation exhaust air by filtering odor carrying dust particles. The ultimate objective is to develop a system that could be implemented easily, has a low maintenance schedule, and is inexpensive to operate.

Keywords: ASL R1393

How to Cite:

Hoff, S. J., Harmon, J. D., Xin, H. & Dong, L., (1997) “Treating Ventilation Exhaust Air for Odor Control”, Iowa State University Animal Industry Report 1(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 1997
Peer Reviewed