10 Results for 'Jacobsen, B.H.'

PR – WHY IS ACIDIFICATION OF SLURRY A SUCCES ONLY IN DENMARK? TRANSFER OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY ACROSS BOARDERS

Abstract: The EU countries are trying to reduce the ammonia emission towards the 2020 and the 2030 targets in the Clean Air agreement. In order to do so, the countries need to implement a range of technologies. The Danish ammonia ...Read More

PR – WHY IS ACIDIFICATION OF SLURRY A SUCCES ONLY IN DENMARK? TRANSFER OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY ACROSS BOARDERS

Abstract: From 1990 until 2003 Denmark has reduced N-leaching from the root zone by 50%. However, more measures are required and in recent years the focus has been on how to differentiate measures in order to ensure that measures are ...Read More

PR – ECONOMIC GAINS FROM TARGETING MEASURES BASED ON DETAILED NITRATE REDUCTION MAPS

Abstract: The purpose of the INEMAD project is to look at management strategies to improve the utilisation of nutrients in agriculture in Europe. This paper looks closer at the nutrient policies in selected EU countries in order to find policies, ...Read More

NPR – HOW CAN REGULATION PROMOTE EFFICIENT NUTRIENT USE IN EU?

Denmark has been one of the leading European Countries in using Biogas for Combined Heat and Power (CHP), since the 1980’ties. However, in the last two decades, the increase has been limited. A new energy policy aimed at increasing the ...Read More

PR – The Economics Of Biogas In Denmark – A Farm And Socital Economic Perspective

Separation is an option when livestock are produced in livestock intensive areas producing a surplus of nutrients. Separation of the slurry into a liquid nitrogen rich fraction and a more solid phosphorus rich fraction, which is exported away from the ...Read More

PR – Costs Of Slurry Separation Technologies And Alternative Use Of The Solid Fraction For Biogas Production Or Burning – A Danish Perspective (p145-158)

The NEC directive has set targets for the 2010 ammonia emissions from a number of European countries. The target will be reached by most EU-countries and the total emission for EU-27 has been reduced by 22% from 1990 to 2007. ...Read More

PR – Reducing Ammonia Emissions In Europe: Costs, Regulation And Targets With Focus On Denmark (p27-38)

Keywords : Reducing CO2, Emissions, Green House Gas, Costs, Agriculture

PO – Costs Of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emmissions From Danish Agriculture

Reduced tillage is an increasingly popular farming method in many parts of the world. In some countries it is used on 50% of the total arable area, but in Denmark the area with reduced tillage is only 10%. The benefit ...Read More

PR – Modelling Farm-economic And Environmental Effects Of Reduced Tillage – With Focus On Pesticide Use

An analysis for the implementation of the Nitrate Directive in the EU indicates that probably only three of 15 countries have implemented the directive satisfactorily. These countries are Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Austria, however other countries are in the process ...Read More

Reducing Nutrient Losses In Europe And Implications For Farming – In The Light Of The Water Framework Directive

With increased pressure to redistribute animal manure in order to lower the environmental pressure from agriculture, it seems obvious to consider processing slurry into nutrient rich fractions which can easily be transported. In this paper, an overall analysis of four different separation ...Read More