John H. Martin Jr., Hall Associates

Roy V. Oommen, Eastern Research Group

John D. Crenshaw, Eastern Research Group

8:30

Adjourn

January 25, 2002—Raleigh, North Carolina

Swine Air Emission Measurement and Mitigation

8:00 a.m.

Introduction

Perry Hagenstein, Chair

NRC Committee on Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations

8:10

In-ground Digester with Biogas Recovery and Electricity Generation

Dr. Leonard Bull, Associate Director Animal and Poultry Waste Center

North Carolina State University

8:30

Measurement of Trace-Gas Emissions in Animal Production Systems

Dr. Lowry Harper, Research Scientist

United States Department of Agriculture

8:50

Open Path Laser Technology/Modeling to Derive Emission Factors for Swine Production Facilities

Dr. Bruce Harris, Research Scientist

Environmental Protection Agency

9:10

Pathogens and Air Quality Concerns

Dr. Mark Sobsey, Professor Environmental Sciences and Engineering

University of North Carolina

9:30

Questions

Robert Flocchini, Vice-Chair

NRC Committee on Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations

9:45

Break

10:00

Permeable Lagoon Cover for Odor and Ammonia Volatilization Reduction

Dr. Leonard Bull, Associate Director Animal and Poultry Waste Center

North Carolina State University

10:20

Odor Quantification and Environmental Concerns

Dr. Susan Schiffman, Professor of Medical Psychology

Duke University



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