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Atmosphere, Volume 8, Issue 6 (June 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Concentrated livestock feeding operations have become a source of odorous gas emissions that impact [...] Read more. Concentrated livestock feeding operations have become a source of odorous gas emissions that impact air quality. Comprehensive and practical technologies are needed for a sustainable mitigation of the emissions. In this study, we advance the concept of using a catalyst for barn walls and ceilings for odor mitigation. Significant removal of several key odorants was achieved in lab-scale using treatment times consistent with typical barn ventilation rates. Of particular interest is the removal of p-cresol, a 'signature' gas thought to be one of the characteristic compounds responsible for livestock odor far downwind from livestock operations. View this paper.