The increase in pollution has increased the need to produce food to sustain this growth. Growing livestock produces high levels of ammonia concentration in the barns. This has a negative impact on the quality of the air in the vicinity of the farm.
- Ammonia polluted air enters the biofilter.
- There is also a heat exchanger that captures some of the heat and transfers it back into the barn along with fresh air.
- The prototype has been proven successful in a farm with 5,000 chickens.
- People living around farm land
Steps for deployment:
- Start by deploying technology is farms with more than 5,000 chickens
- Approach national brands, because they have resources to implement technology