Livestock wastewater treatment

Livestock wastewater treatment

Importance of livestock wastewater treatment in dairy cattle farms

There is no doubt that livestock waste is not free of pollutants, and if wastewater is not carefully controlled, the entry of these pollutants into nature can lead to great trouble. Therefore, wastewater treatment measures should be done with all possible contaminants in mind.
The characteristics of the resulting waste can also vary depending on the type of livestock and of course different factors, and this has in some cases made the wastewater treatment process more serious challenges. Factors influencing the type of pollutants found in animal wastewater include the age of the animal, diet and type of animal in particular.

Biological treatment

Aerobic or biological treatment is one of the most important and widely used methods. The main purpose of this method for animal wastewater treatment is to stabilize the existing fertilizer and remove unwanted organic matter and odors and recycle existing energy.

The quality of animal wastewater treatment in the biological process depends on two parameters: the amount of oxygen supply and the intended time.

Anaerobic treatment

Another method of animal wastewater treatment is anaerobic treatment, which is used specifically. This method is performed due to the absence of oxygen. When there is no free oxygen in the environment, anaerobic microorganisms will be able to easily decompose organic compounds and destroy their efficiency.

It is important to pay attention to pH and temperature and of course the presence of toxic substances during purification.

Special results

 Long-term and widespread use of wastewater treatment of livestock farms can preserve the country’s water reserves and reduce water shortage problems in particular.

 The agricultural industry is one of the important industries that is highly dependent on available water. Any water shortage problem can cause serious problems for the agricultural industry. Animal wastewater treatment and its use in agricultural irrigation can have a mutual benefit

 As the problems of water scarcity intensify in the coming years, there will be an urgent need to implement and implement livestock wastewater treatment plants, so experts are looking for ways to reduce the final cost


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