Land Application

Some articles on land, land application:

Sludge - Biosolids - United States
... - 40 CFR Part 503 - that continued to allow the use of biosolids on land as fertilizers and soil amendments which had been previously allowed under Part 257 ... As of 2002, about 60% of all biosolids were applied to land as a soil amendment and fertilizer for growing crops ... use or disposal of sewage sludge" (40 CFR Part 503), can be land applied with formal site restrictions and strict record keeping ...
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation - Regulation Under The Clean Water Act - EPA Final Rule (2003) - Waterkeeper Alliance V. EPA (2nd Cir. 2005)
... statutory definition to "identify the conditions under which discharges from the land application area of a CAFO are point source discharges that are subject to NPDES ... are not used, the EPA concluded that the resulting runoff from a land application is not "agricultural stormwater" and is therefore subject to the CWA (as a ... The 2003 rule required all permitted CAFOs that "land apply" animal waste to develop an NMP that satisfied certain minimum requirements (e.g ...
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation - Regulation Under The Clean Water Act - EPA Final Rule (2003)
... the animal confinement area and the manure storage area) and, for the first time ever, to the "land application area" (land to which manure and other animal waste is applied as fertilizer) ... Land Application Area The best management practices (BMPs) for land application areas include different requirements, such as vegetative buffer strips and setback limits from water bodies ...

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