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Swine slurry disposal through agricultural use and purification


, : Swine slurry disposal through agricultural use and purification. Agricultural engineering Proceedings of the 11th international congress on agricultural engineering: 383-390

Environmental problems caused by intensive pig farming were surveyed in a region in the province of Modena, Italy. Various projects were developed to give priority to agricultural use of slurry and to minimize its negative effects on the environment. The most important projects were centralized land spreading after treatment of slurry to reduce pollutants and treatment of excess waste at centralized points for subsequent fertigation or disposal into public drains.

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