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Effects of waste-disposal practices on ground-water quality at five poultry (broiler) farms in north-central Florida, 1992-93
Hilda H. Hatzell
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Tallahassee, Fla. (227 N. Bronough St. Suite 3015 32301), Denver, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Effects of waste disposal practices on ground-water quality at five poultry (broiler) farms in north-central Florida, 1992-93.|
|Statement||by Hilda H. Hatzell ; prepared in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 95-4064.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Florida. Dept. of Environmental Protection.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
Description: This map from the U. S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigation Report number , Effects of Waste-Disposal Practices on Ground-Water Quality at Five Poultry Farms in North-Central Florida, shows the potentiometric-surface contours, in 10 foot intervals relative to sea level, and generalized direction of regional groundwater flow along the reach of the Suwannee River . Effects of waste-disposal practices on ground-water quality at five-poultry (Broiler) farms in north-central Florida - Sampling Design and Procedures for Fixed Surface-Water Sites in the Georgia .
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Hatzell. POULTRY WATER QUALITY HANDBOOK U. Environmental Protection Agency Region A Courtland Stieet, N. Atlanta, Georgia ^01 U. POULTRY WATER QUALITY. Both surface and ground water quality are reviewed in relationship to customary methods of poultry waste disposal.
The body of available literature is used as a basis for recommended future research, which includes more precise characterization of wastes, improved understanding of the dynamics of poultry Cited by: Impact of poor solid waste management on ground water.
the quality of ground water around a municipal solid waste disposal site in Chennai was investigated. The effects of dumping activity. ment practices can be used on the farm to protect, conserve and reuse resources while minimizing negative impacts on the environment.
Livestock and Poultry Waste Management • discusses waste management in the livestock and poultry. Water Quality for Poultry Birds Birds require water nearly about 2 litres/ every kg of feed at 70°F.
For 1°C of temperature rise about 75°F, birds will drink about 4% more water. The normal intake of feed:. Sewage and wastewater disposal severely impact aquatic ecosystems, including disruption of food chains, alteration of reproductive cycles and habitat disruption.
Sewage comes from domestic. Some of the catastrophic effects of today’s poor waste management systems are listed below: 1. Waste Management & Soil Contamination. Ideally, we would like our plastic, glass, metal and paper waste to end up at a recycling facility. It then returns to us as a renewable product.
This work reviews (i) the most recent information on waste arisings and waste disposal options in the world, in the European Union (EU), in Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Cited by: rumin ants and poultry or p osed any negative effects on meat, egg or milk quality (Mcllroy and Martz, ).
Animal waste has been trad ition ally used in the production of bi ogas in As ia. Most poultry manure and litter are applied to land near poul-try production farms. With few exceptions, this is the preferred practice in developing countries and elsewhere. Such land man-agement of poultry by-products brings the risk of surface and groundwater File Size: KB.
In some aspects, water quality can have a greater negative effect on bird performance than feed quality because it is a well known fact that birds consume more water than they consume feed.
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Livestock & Poultry Mortality Disposal in Pennsylvania. Livestock and poultry operations must decide which disposal option is best for their operation, taking biosecurity, herd/flock health, human health.
The term “triangle of death” was used for the first time by Senior and Mazza in the journal The Lancet Oncology referring to the eastern area of the Campania Region (Southern Italy) which has one of the worst records of illegal waste dumping practices. In the past decades, many studies have focused on the potential of illegal waste disposal to cause adverse effects Cited by: One effect of solid waste disposal that is less severe but more familiar to many people is bad smell.
Neighbors of landfills often complain of the smell that emanates from them, and this is one of the. The disposal of on-farm poultry wastes (manure, litter, dead birds) and the effects of poultry waste disposal methods on environmental quality are reviewed.
The waste composition and production Cited by: Waste Disposal Practices. There are eight major groups of waste management methods, each of them divided into numerous categories. Those groups include source reduction and reuse, animal feeding.
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