Research and Teaching Interests
Dr. Ndegwa works in the Land, Air, Water Resources and Environmental Engineering (LAWREE) research emphasis area. He is primarily interested in the development of sustainable livestock manure management systems, air and water quality control engineering, bio-energy or bio-fuels, and livestock odor emission control technologies. He is also one of the coordinators for the Western Region Odor & Air Quality Program (WOAQ).
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My Research In the News
Cuts to Manure Gas Earns Student Kudos
Ph.D. student, George Mathew Neerackal, won 2nd place at the Ron Sheffield Memorial Student Poster competition at the Waste to Worth conference, Seattle, WA; March 30-April 03, 2015.
Poster Title: Manure pH Management for Mitigating Ammonia Emissions from Manure Flush Dairy Barns
Advisor: Dr. Pius Ndegwa
Dairy cows produce lots of manure. A WSU student’s research on cutting the environmental impact of all that waste won him second place in a poster competition at Seattle’s annual Waste to Worth conference.
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