Animal manure utilization
Livestock agriculture in Europe has developed into an efficient industry over the latter half of the twentieth century. However, the prospects for the future are marred by an increasing number of environmental problems (e.g. water, air and soil pollution) that stem from the large quantities of manures produced within several intensively farmed regions. Existing guidelines do encourage better handling of manures treating them as resource management rather than a disposal problem. However, this approach does not always offer a complete solution, especially where the amounts of manure exceeds the local requirement. Even when there is no overall excess, optimal land spreading may not be practical and there may be still problems from odour nuisance or disease risks.
S.E.T. provides a complete new, natural and healthy approach in the animal manure utilization.