With the increasing industrialization of agriculture the trend towards
”clusters” of animal production in many countries, the concentration and
animal density, has become a problem to the surrounding environment. So
far, this has resulted in the EU nitrate directive and the EU National
Emission Ceiling, in addition to limiting the amount and emission of
nitrogen. In some cluster areas such as Denmark and The Netherlands,
national legislations are more advanced and this has given rise to an
accelerated implementation of the directives compared with the rest of
EU. Consequently, development of new environmental technologies such as
the SyreN system discussed in this article.
 Acidification of animal slurry a review David Fangueiro a, *, Maibritt Hjorth b, Fabrizio Gioelli
 Trail work from Danish Landsforsøg Annette Vestergaard.
 VERA Verification Statement 001 - SyreN, 02-10 2012 for WEB
 Reduction of ammonia losses after spreading of cattle slurry to grassland by acidification and injection. Achim Seidel 1*, Andreas Pacholski 2, Tavs Nyord 3, Annette Vestergaard 4, Henning Kage 1
 Use of nitrogen inhibitor with acidification – Leif Knudsen, SEGES Denmark
 Estimation of the Green House Gas (GHG) emission from the Manure application system SyreN+, Steen Gyldenkærne
 Ammonia volatilization from field-applied animal slurry—the ALFAM model, H.T. Søgaard, S.G. Sommer, N.J.
 Cost calculation for SyreN system pr. m3. DM&E Denmark
 Examples of SyreN Estimater software calculations of farm income. Morten Toft, BioCover A/S
 DEC (Danish center for environment and energy) repport 2014
 Notat om SyreN+. Author Tavs Nyord, Aarhus university 19.03.2013. Ref. TAN
How to cite this paper
TC-O-TOFT Development of System to Reduce Ammonia Emission and Leaching of Nitrate from Slurry Application
How to cite this paper: M. Toft. (2019) TC-OTOFT Development of system to reduce ammonia emission and leaching of nitrate from slurry application. International Journal of Food Science and Agriculture, 3(3), 192-195.