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Main Title Animal Waste Management. Proceedings of National Symposium on Animal Waste Management Held at Warrenton, Virginia on September 28-30, 1971.
CORP Author Council of State Governments, Washington, D.C.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.;National Association of State Depts. of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.;National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, Washington, D.C.;Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.
Year Published 1971
Stock Number PB-257 311
Additional Subjects Livestock ; Agricultural wastes ; Pollution ; Meetings ; Solid waste disposal ; Water quality management ; Odors ; Water pollution abatement ; Law(Jurisprudence) ; State government ; Poultry ; Design ; Oklahoma ; North Carolina ; Virginia ; Nebraska ; Dairy cattle ; Swine ; Minnesota ; Recommendations ; Animal wastes ; Feedlot wastes
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-257 311 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 185p
;Contents: Improved control of animal wastes; Animal waste management and the environment; Summary of existing state laws; State regulations pertaining to livestock feedlot design and management; Developing new state legislation/model state statute for animal waste control; The Minnesota scene: livestock feedlot, waste control, progress--problems; State of Oklahoma activities in animal waste management; Proposed animal waste pollution control legislation in North Carolina; State of Virginia activities in animal waste management; Effluent discharge guidelines and animal waste management technology; Status of dairy cattle waste treatment and management research; Cattle feedlot pollution; Poultry waste management; The handling and treatment of swine wastes; Recycling of animal wastes; Regulatory aspects of recycled livestock and poultry wastes; Water pollution and the farmer; U.S.D.A. technical and financial assistance programs; Providing technical and financial assistance to farmers for animal waste disposal systems; Technical and financial assistance for the control of animal wastes; Small Business Administration programs to provide financial and technical assistance to small firms in solving problems relative to animal waste disposal; Financial assistance for the construction and improvement of irrigation systems; The Lake Mendota watershed project; The role of extension in pollution abatement in Virginia; Communication is the key to successful action.