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Systematic Review on Management of Livestock wastes for Improving Water Quality
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 Title & Authors
Systematic Review on Management of Livestock wastes for Improving Water Quality
Ahn, Ki Hong; Ryu, Hong Deok; Kim, Yong Seok;
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 Abstract
In recently, the Korea government is concerning on non-point source pollution management to improve water quality. The objective of this paper is to investigate the improvement measurement for management of livestock wastes. As a result, we find that the National Pollution Source Survey is necessary to establish the unified database system with the Korea Statistics(KOSAT) in order to minimize the difference between relevant data. The investigation for environmental impact of livestock manure should be supported the designation of control areas and establishment of the technical guidelines including target material, monitoring site, standard method, etc. In addition, it should be followed by appropriate nutrient recycling and proper fertilizer usage based on social consultation and cost-benefit analysis.
 Keywords
Environmental Impact Investigation;Livestock manure;National Pollution Source Survey;Systems Improvement;Water quality management;
 Language
Korean
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