Malodor generation in the animal agriculture industry can be primarily related to manure management. Confined housing of livestock such as dairy barns, feedlots, laying hen facilities and swine pens can contribute to significant manure odors. Additionally, agricultural externalities such as animal carcasses, silage leachate and milk house wastewater treatment can lead to significant malodor and potentially cause odor violation fines or business interruptions.
Our waterless vapor-phase system can be effectively and efficiently employed to combat agricultural related odors. A rental system can also be deployed for short-term events, such as failed crop events or foreseen/unforeseen processing issues.
Waterless vapor-phase systems are highly effective and have a long track record in combating fugitive airborne odors. For a detailed description of our waterless vapor-phase system, please click here.