3 The Sanitation of Animal Waste Using Anaerobic Stabilization

@inproceedings{Papajov20123TS,
  title={3 The Sanitation of Animal Waste Using Anaerobic Stabilization},
  author={Ingrid Papajov{\'a} and Peter Juri{\vs}},
  year={2012}
}
Handling, storage, treatment and use of different forms of animals excrements entails two principle problems: epizootological or epidemiological and hygienical. Solid excrements contain high numbers of common intestinal microflora (E. coli, faecal streptococci, lactobacilli etc.), bacteria that are pathogenic also for man (salmonellae, mycobacteria, listeriae etc.), protozoa (Isospora spp., Balantidium coli) and eggs or larvae of enteronematodes (Ascaris suum, Oesophagostomum sp., Trichuris… CONTINUE READING

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