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Research Results on Alternative Uses for Pig Manure

by 5m Editor
30 November 2011, at 12:00am

Papers presented at the Pig Development Department's Research Dissemination Day entitled Research Results on Alternative Uses for Pig Manure held at Teagasc's Pig Development Department at Moorepark in County Cork in the Irish Republic in June this year.

To view the individual papers, click on the link below.

Research Papers

  • Methane Production from Anaerobic Co-Digestion of the Separated Solid Fraction of Pig Manure with Dried Grass Silage

  • Solid-Liquid Separation of Pig Manure

  • Composting Separated Solids of Pig Manure

  • Pyrolysis of Separated Solids of Pig Manure

  • Treatment of Piggery Wastewaters Using Constructed Wetlands

  • Treatment of Piggery Wastewaters Using Woodchip Biofilters

  • Composting as a Treatment Strategy for Pathogen Removal from the Solid Fraction of Pig Manure

  • Integrated Constructed Wetlands as a Treatment Strategy for Pathogen Removal from the Liquid Fraction of Pig Manure and Agricultural Wastewater

  • Cost Analyses of the Manure Treatment Options Investigated

Further Reading

- You can view the full report by clicking here.

November 2011
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