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Project results summarized in a brochure

17.11.2019
PROJECT

The final brochure presenting Baltic Slurry Acidification has been published. The brochure summarizes the three-year work of the project work package by work package. The brochure is best read in full screen. You can also read the brochure in your browser and download it through this link.       Read more news from the Baltic...

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PYSTI project tests pyrolysis products for cutting ammonia emissions

30.4.2019
NEWS

The Finnish PYSTI-project assesses possibilities to cut ammonia emissions from animal slurries with pyrolysis products Slow pyrolysis is a promising thermochemical processing technique for converting various waste biomasses to a range of value-added carbonized products. The process is based on heating the biomass in the absence of oxygen, which decomposes the feedstock into solid char,...

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New joint project “GülleBest” in Germany

26.4.2019
NEWS

GülleBest: Mitigation of ammonia and greenhouse gas emission by innovative slurry and digestate application on growing crops   How can slurry and digestate be used in such a way that greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions are kept to a minimum? The researchers of the new joint project “GülleBest” will investigate this question over the next...

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Introduction to Slurry Acidification

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The project has reached the finish line and we would now like to thank all stakeholders and everyone else who have engaged with the project over the past three years!

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The Legal framework analysis has now been published. It contains concrete and fact-based information about SAT-related legislation and support schemes in the BSR countries. There is more material coming your way soon, so stay tuned!

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The final seminar in Finland included cold facts and warm feelings. In the final dinner our Latvian partners were the bravest and took the stage first in the challenge to give a performance of something typical to one's country. The event diligently photographed by Frank Steinmann.

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Baltic Slurry Acidification

Promoting the implementation of slurry acidification techniques throughout the Baltic Sea Region.

Baltic Slurry Acidification (March 2016 – February 2019) aimed to promote the implementation of slurry acidification techniques throughout the Baltic Sea Region. Slurry acidification techniques (SATs) reduce the ammonia losses from livestock manure and thus reduce airborne eutrophication of the Baltic Sea. The use of SATs provides clear environmental benefits for the region. The use of SATs also benefits farmers by increasing the nitrogen use efficiency of their manure fertilizers and thereby decreasing their dependency on mineral nitrogen.etusivu2