No Pollution Industrial Systems is currently installing 12 state of the art animal calorimeter chambers at AgroVet-Strickhof
Under construction in Lindau, Switzerland. Collaborating with Universitat Zurich and ETH Zurich. The facility will provide a metabolic centre in which it will carry out research in the field of efficient and low-emission livestock farming with the university of Zurich.
1 day left until the 6th Greenhouse Gas and Animal Agricultural conference (GGAA 2016) takes place in Melbourne, Australia.
The conference will feature leading scientists and policymakers who will review the current state of knowledge and present significant new developments and advancements in the measurement, modelling and mitigation of greenhouse gasses from animal agriculture.
No Pollution will be running an exposition booth from the 14th - 18th, presenting our large, small and mobile calorimeter chambers.
12 December 2015. 195 countries agreed, by consensus, to the final global pact. the Paris Agreement. Reducing emissions as part of the method for combating climate change. In the 12-page document members agreed to reduce their carbon output "as soon as possible" and to do their best to keep global warming "below 2 degrees C".
no pollution Industrial Systems will be present at the 6th Greenhouse Gas and Animal Agriculture Conference, from 14 to 18 February 2016, to be held in Melbourne, Australia.
Please come along and visit our stand. We will be delighted to show you our latest developments in Climate Chamber technology for research.
In 2011 no pollution installed 6 state of the art Climate Chambers for the Scottish Agricultural College in Edinburgh (now SRUC), as part of their award winning GreenCow Project. The ongoing project's goal is to learn more about the influence factors like climate and nutrition have on gas emissions from livestock, with specific focus on Greenhouse Gas emissions.
Detailed information on SRUC and the research carried out can be found on their website.