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Senator Cynthia Villar urged farmers to take small steps in mitigating the effects of climate change by turning animal wastes into compost and renewable energy sources.
The purpose of this contract is to provide technical assistance in support to a harmonised approach to the management of animal by-products across Bosnia and Herzegovina with a feasibility study for the hazardous animal waste treatment.
Although Anaerobic Digestion plants are in use on farms elsewhere in Europe, none of these plants have been designed to deal with the problems associated with processing animal waste.
DeWolf said concern about animal waste is just as important as the content of household products and their effects on the environment.
Ireland's champion Flat trainer claimed the closure of the animal waste processing plant at the end of 2003 had led to a dramatic improvement in conditions for his string.
Currently, animal waste is listed as a hazardous substance under the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act.
This volume collects 26 white papers produced by the National Center for Manure and Animal Waste Management, a US government/academia collaborative project focused on "the development and dissemination of knowledge and technology for sustainable, profitable and internationally competitive animal production that also protects community interests and environmental quality.
The company is further charged with transporting animal waste in a vehicle which was not leak-proof.
A biogas digester can function well on human and animal waste.
The 550-person town will start using animal waste to create alternative energy as part of the state's Bio Town, USA project.
The state also regulates smaller farms, which must have permits governing how they manage animal waste.
DANGEROUS dope containing animal waste is flooding the Midlands after the price of cannabis has doubled.
The Walkerton tragedy resulted in severe restrictions on the use of animal waste as fertilizer, but Schneider says there is some consideration by the community now to develop a facility that would be able to take animal waste and turn it into safe, nitrogen-rich fertilizer.
If this is the best we can do with our own waste, it's hard to believe we would do any more with animal waste.
The top decision makers are yet again sending the Government in a spin by deciding that all uncooked meat and fish is actually not food - but animal waste.