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Sunday, April 3, 2011
The OSU Extension Air Quality team has planned an Ammonia Emissions and Nitrogen Conservation Workshop on May 2, 2011 in Columbus, Ohio. This workshop is organized to provide animal producers and professionals with a fundamental understanding of ammonia (NH3) emissions, air regulations, and the best management practices and innovative technologies available for the abatement and recovery of NH3.
Leading researchers and extension specialists of Iowa State University, University of Illinois, University of Missouri, and The Ohio State University will share their newest research developments. Ohio EPA will address air regulation in specifics. A lab-scale ammonia scrubber to convert ammonia into nitrogen fertilizer will be demonstrated. This workshop is meant to empower the livestock and poultry industries to convert the ammonia emissions challenge into an opportunity for profitable and environmentally friendly operations.
Please share this information with your colleagues and clientele. The program brochure and registration information is attached. Details and registration can also be found at: http://airquality.osu.edu./workshops/index.htm.