Anaerobic lagoons for storage/treatment of livestock manure
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Massey, Raymond E., 1957-; Lazarus, Bill; Fleming, Ron; Miner, Ron; Williams, Doug; Lory, John A. (John Albert); Safley, Mac; Shanklin, Dennis (2002-04)This paper addresses the economic feasibility of complying with the proposed rule of “a zero discharge requirement from the production area that does not allow for an overflow under any circumstances,” presented as “Option ...
Pfost, Donald L.; Fulhage, Charles Duane (University of Missouri Extension, 1993-10)Anaerobic lagoons are earthen containers sized to provide biological treatment and long-term animal waste storage. They are larger than manure storage basins, which do not provide significant biological treatment or long ...
Fulhage, Charles Duane (University of Missouri Extension, 1994-11)Excessive solids buildup in livestock manure lagoons is generally due to manure or non-manure materials which cannot be degraded or broken down by the bacteria in the lagoon. Some solids accumulation, which usually occurs ...