By Jack E. Rechcigl and Herbert C. MacKinnon (Eds.)
content material: destiny instructions of by-products and wastes in agriculture / Rosa M.C. Muchovej and R.S. Pacovsky --
An entrepreneurial view of the longer term for using wastes and by-products / Dale F. Galloway and John M. Walker --
U.S. Environmental safeguard employer laws and different stakeholder actions affecting the rural use of by-products and wastes / John M. Walker, Robert M. Southworth, and Alan B. Rubin --
Biosolids processing, items, and makes use of / Jane B. Forste --
features and criteria for processed biosolids within the manufacture and advertising of horticultural fertilizers and soil blends / Terry J. Logan, Billie J. Lindsay, and Steve Titko --
Agricultural and environmental matters within the administration of chicken wastes : fresh thoughts and long term demanding situations / J. Thomas Sims --
Agricultural and environmental matters within the administration of livestock manure / H.H. Van Horn and M.B. corridor --
Agricultural and environmental matters within the administration of swine waste / Robert L. Mikkelsen --
Composition and makes use of of natural fertilizers / E.E. Huntley, Allen V. Barker, and M.L. Stratton --
Composition and makes use of of compost / Allen V. Barker --
Composition and makes use of of uncomposted wastepaper and different organics / J.H. Edwards --
Composition and land program of paper production residuals / J.J. Camberato, E.D. Vance, and A.V. Someshwar --
Land program of boiler wooden ash within the southeastern usa / C.C. Mitchell and E.D. Black --
Agricultural and commercial makes use of of spinoff gypsums / W.P. Miller and M.E. Sumner --
Ammonium sulfate fertilizer as derivative in flue gasoline desulfurization : the Dakota Gasification corporation event / Daniel L. Wallach --
derivative utilization in fertilizer micronutrients / James M. Wyatt --
Iron humate creation, processing, homes, and utilization / B.E. Rehberg and G.L. Smith.
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Extra resources for Agricultural Uses of By-Products and Wastes
Over the years/ some improvement has been made i n converting a small part of t h i s 50% waste t o saleable products. The important d i s t i n c t i o n i s that the part of wood that i s not c e l l u l o s e can not be given the developmental muscle needed as long as the core business i s making paper. The press f o r e f f i c i e n c y w i l l not allow industries of the future to waste 50% of the feedstock going into a plant. This wastage w i l l continue u n t i l companies who make paper w i l l change t h e i r description of t h e i r core business to wood or f i b e r processors.
Ch003 By far the most important factor limiting the use of organic by-products and waste materials like biosolids, animal manures and food processing wastes are nuisances, especially odors (10,11). Concern caused by odor, coupled with the public's perception that the use of many by-products is potentially detrimental, has resulted in lack of acceptance for recycling to land and increased demands for careful oversight of land applied by-products. Unfortunately, resources at the Federal and state levels are often not sufficient to support comprehensive oversight.
The only exception is for biosolids that are land-applied or surface-disposed when the biosolids are generated during the treatment of a combination of domestic sewage and industrial wastewater, and the treatment works is located at an industrial facility. In that case, the requirements in Part 257 have to be met. Part 503 was published under the authority of the C W A . Part 503 contains both risk-based requirements and technology-based requirements. A multi pathway risk assessment (14 exposure pathways for land application) was conducted to develop the pollutant limits in a Part 503 standard (5).
Agricultural Uses of By-Products and Wastes by Jack E. Rechcigl and Herbert C. MacKinnon (Eds.)