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A study on the improvement measures of livestock manure management and organic fertilizer use in Nonsan area

Dong-Hwan Jeong 1 신진수 1 Chulgu Lee 1 Hyung-Jin SHIN 1 Kim Yong-Seok 2

1국립환경과학원
2국립환경연구원

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ABSTRACT

The Ministry of Environment established a plan for advancement of livestock manure management in July 2011 and finalized the “Comprehensive Measures for Advancement of Livestock Manure Management” in May 2012 complementing and strengthening the plan. In this process, it was necessary to investigate the status of discharge of livestock manure and its environmental impact, for example on rivers, groundwater, arable outflow water and soil. We investigated types of livestock husbandry, discharge of livestock manure, and production and use of organic fertilizers and presented the improvement measures of livestock manure management and organic fertilizer use. First, it is necessary to come up with measures to calculate appropriate density and numbers of livestock animals and prevent overcrowded breeding. Second, as many of the private livestock manure treatment facilities are out-dated and their long-term aerated reaction tanks are not regularly managed, it is necessary to find ways to improve those facilities through inspection and diagnosis. In addition, since existing public treatment facilities are designed to add clean water to belt filter press, additional water is needed. Therefore, it is necessary to improve belt filter press in order to decrease the extra water. Finally, although large-scale organic fertilizer plants and resources recycling centers produce good organic (liquid) fertilizers with proper components, it is necessary to establish standards for maturity of liquid fertilizers in order to facilitate efforts to turn livestock manure into resources.

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