Manure odor biofilters topic of ISU conference
July 25, 2014 by Press release
July 25, 2014, Ames, IA — The latest technology designed to reduce the odor from hog manure will be the focus of a conference next month at Iowa State University.
The Biofilter Conference on August 20 is held for producers and managers of animal feeding operations and others interested in learning about development of the latest equipment.
ISU agricultural and biosystems engineering professor Steve Hoff says biofilters can be an effective means to reduce odor and other gas emissions from ventilated animal and manure storage facilities. He says the conference will outline costs, effectiveness, management and other details, and provide sources of science-based information on biofilters.
A demonstration of biofilter operation with an Iowa State biofilter mobile unit is planned.
The event is being held in Room 260 of the Scheman Building. For more information, contact Steve Hoff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-291-2726.