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Dairy effluents: What to do with used water

Dairy effluents: What to do with used water

Producteur de Lait Quebecois 22(8): 51-55

The implications of new requirements for managing dairy effluents imposed by the Ministry of the Environment of Quebec are considered. These requirements were developed after consultation between representatives of the Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of Quebec, and the Farmers' Union (Union des Producteurs Agricoles), and focus methods used for storing and treating dairy effluents. Ways of disposing of waste waters at low cost are considered.

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