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Odor and Chemical Emissions from Dairy and Swine Facilities: Part 1 – Project Overview and Collection Methods
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: International Symposium on Air Quality and Manure Management for Agriculture Conference Proceedings, 13-16 September 2010, Dallas, Texas 711P0510cd.
Authors: Sarah D Bereznicki, Albert J Heber, Robert B Jacko, Neslihan Akdeniz, Larry D Jacobson, Brian P Hetchler, Katie Y Heathcote, Steve J Hoff, Jacek A Koziel, Lingshuang Cai, Shicheng Zhang, David B Parker, Edward A Caraway
Keywords: Animal feeding operation, odor, chemical, emission, methods
Livestock facilities have received numerous criticisms due to their emissions of odorous air and chemicals. Hence, there is a significant need for odor emission factors and identification of principle odorous chemicals. Odor emission factors are used as inputs to odor setback models, while chemical emission factors may be compared with regulations to demonstrate possible health impacts.