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“Greener” Burning of Poultry Litter Being Examined


January 11, 2010
By Food Safety News

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January 11, 2010 – Chicken manure releases nitrogen oxide when burned to make electricity, which is causing troubles for some energy companies. Research is being conducted to determine whether there is a more
"green" option for disposing of poultry litter by converting the
non-edible biomass into fuel through fermentation.

January 11, 2010 – Chicken manure
releases nitrogen oxide when burned to make electricity, which is
causing troubles for some energy companies. Research is being conducted
to determine whether there is a more
"green" option for disposing of poultry litter by converting the
non-edible biomass into fuel through fermentation.|READ MORE

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