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Greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture come from livestock such as cows, agricultural soils, and rice production.

On-farm emissions include methane and nitrous oxide emissions from manure, soil cultivation, crop residue decomposition and fossil fuel combustion. 

Beside the GHG effects of livestock farming, the odour is the most invasive element which affects the surrounding settlements. 

Weyland-Yutani developed scrubbing technologies for any range of livestock farms and for any manure storage.

Another key initiative is our Renewable Energy solution for Biogas and Biomass cogeneration. 

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