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The effluent which collects around dairies and their associated feeding facilities should be regarded as a resource to be retained and used on the farm, rather than a waste product for disposal.
These guidelines aim to assist dairy farmers plan effluent management systems which are practical, as well as easy to install and manage, while also being acceptable to the agencies and authorities given the responsibility of protecting the environment. .
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Waste management, Western Australia, Waste water, Regulations, Dairy effluent, Dairy industry, Application to land, Dairy wastes, Guidelines, Pumps, Equipment, South west region (W.A.)
Hydrology | Other Animal Sciences
Western Australia Agriculture Western Australia Bunbury Regional Office., and Dairy Industry Nutrient Strategy Working Group (W.A.). (1998), Environmental management for animal-based industries : dairy farm effluent. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 4336.
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