Investigation of environmental aspects in farm animal breeding from the point of view of greenhouse gases, smell, dust and noise supporting animal welfare and BAT creation - Best available techniquesSupervisor: prof. Ing. Štefan Mihina, PhD.
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|Project description:||Agriculture, particularly livestock production significantly contributes to environmental pollution and thus to ongoing climate change. Intensive livestock farming is a major source of emissions of various compositions in the form of greenhouse gas emissions, odour, dust and noise. Within the legislation agriculture is governing by the Protection of air law and the Law on integrated pollution prevention. Their application in respect of the obligations of the Slovak Republic it is necessary to determine the status of greenhouse gas emissions, odour, dust, noise, and then propose verify BAT - best available techniques, which will be an important factor in improving the environment and the Earth's climate. There will be measured the impact of construction and technical design of the large facilities on the production of emissions.|
Kind of project:
Department of building equipment and technology safety (TF), Department of Structures (TF), Department of Animal Husbandry (FAaFR)
Project start date :
|01. 01. 2009|
Project close date:
31. 12. 2011
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