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This is for instance the case with storage systems, ventilation systems, bio-filters or air scrubbers and injection of slurry. This double effect gives more possibilities to make the cost of control paying. On the other hand there is sometimes the risk that odour reduction increases the volatilization of ammonia. This can be the case with under cage drying of poultry manure or with anaerobic digestion of liquid manure. In this situations we should balance the positive effects of odour control against the negative effects of ammonia emissions.
These are the only source of statistics on the occurrence of odour nuisance generally and, in recent years, we have been developing a useful basis on which such figures can be collected and reported. We cannot yet say what the trend is because we have no run of comparable figures over the years. Table 1 gives the number of premises reported as causing complaints in 1982—in earlier years the number of complaints was sometimes recorded and it appears (although we cannot be certain) that, on average, there are two or three complaints for every odour source.
Ammonia may react with hydroxyl radicals in the atmosphere to produce NOX contributing to the acidification of rain (4). Wet and dry deposition of NH3/NH4+ inevitably contributes to soil acidification through their subsequent nitrification. This effect can be accentuated in woodland by absorption of aerosols containing NH4+ within the canopy followed by transport to the soil in stem flow (5). In more extreme cases, NH3 emission from feedlots, pig and poultry General scientific papers 37 units may contribute to eutrophication of surface waters in the locality (6).