Animal Waste and Environmental Technology

Although animal dung is useful for humans in the form of manure, animal waste is becoming a problem for the environment. Animal waste does not readily assimilate into the soil. Thus, when it does not decompose properly in the soil, it adds bacteria to the surrounding water. Although animal waste poses little risk to the environment, it can cause significant amounts of water pollution.  

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Related Associations: Alliance for Biomedical Research in Europe (BioMedAlliance) | Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR) | National Association for Biomedical Research (NABR) | Research Defence Society (RDS) | Understanding Animal Research (UAR) | Swiss 3Rs Competence Center (3RCC) | Finnish National Consensus Platform for Alternatives (Fincopa) | French platform for the development of alternative methods in animal testing (Francopa)