2 edition of Understanding alternative technologies for animal waste treatment found in the catalog.
Understanding alternative technologies for animal waste treatment
Janelle Hope Robbins
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Citizen"s guide to manure treatment technologies., Manure treatment technologies.|
|Statement||Janelle Hope Robbins.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
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Get this from a library. Understanding alternative technologies for animal waste treatment: a citizen's guide to manure treatment teachnologies. [Janelle Hope Robbins; Waterkeeper Alliance.] -- "This document is intended to provide a detailed introduction to a number of alternative manure treatment technologies for swine, dairy, and beef operations, explaining the technical aspects.
Hazardous waste that is destined for land disposal must meet all applicable treatment standards prior to land disposal. Treatment standards for hazardous wastes are found in the treatment standards table at Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) in section A small portion of this table is shown below for purposes of illustration.
Alternative Technologies for Medical Waste Treatment. In addition to the treatment methods specifically allowed in the Medical Waste Management Act (PDF), there are Alternative Medical Waste Treatment Technologies (PDF) approved for use in California.
Note: Alternative Medical Waste Treatment Technology Approval is not necessary for incineration, or steam sterilization. Şebnem Yılmaz Balaman, in Decision-Making for Biomass-Based Production Chains, Animal Wastes. Animal wastes can be used as sources of biomass-based conversion processes, especially in bio-energy and bio-fertilizer production.
The most common sources include dairy shed effluent (containing urine, dung, wash water, residual milk, and waste feed). animal waste treatment: risk to the public health.
The treatment and processing by the ECODAS system allow their recycle as biomass, organic fertilizers, enriching agents, compost, or substance for the production of biogas by methanization after their preliminary transformation by shredding and steam sterilization.
Control, remediation, and cleanup must be balanced based on the effectiveness of technological techniques and the ultimate action considered in light of the specific situation.
Tighter regulations, more environmental concerns, and changes in control and treatment technologies make the hazardous waste cleanup business more and more complicated. treatment. The country has a vast system of collection sewers, pumping stations, and treatment plants.
Sewers collect the wastewater from homes, businesses, and many industries, and deliver it to plants for treatment. Most treatment plants were built to clean wastewater for discharge into streams or other receiving waters, or for reuse. Environmental concerns in current swine waste treatment operations need to be addressed by developing alternative treatment technologies that will not only remove organics, but also manage nutrients.
In swine wastes, nitrogen is a key nutrient: nitrogen mismanagement has led to problems such as excessive ammonia emissions, algal blooms in surface waters. An Alternative Solution to Animal Waste Management: Biogas. Febru Anaerobic digestion is a simple biochemical process by which waste products are converted to energy.
Mixing acetogens and methanogens (acid and gas producing bacteria) with manure, plant waste, crop residue, food scraps or other waste products, farmers produce. Effects of animal waste on the water resource. Factors affecting the pollution process.
Controlling the pollution process. Effects of animal waste on the air resource. Effects of animal waste on the animal resource. Conservation practice physical effects. Summary. References.