WAYS OF PREVENTING AND REDUCING NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT ON PIG FARMS

BOLOCAN RODICA, IOAN PETROMAN, CORNELIA PETROMAN, MONICA OCNEAN, DIANA MARIN

Abstract


Intensive raising of pigs generates a significant impact on environmental factors, i.e. on soil, surface waters and underground waters because of untreated waste waters or of waste waters that are not enough treated discharged into natural water courses and of wastes used uncontrollably to fertilise the lands, on the air, because of gas emissions and of aerosols resulted from metabolic processes and from waste management, i.e. the noise and smell that affect farm neighbourhoods. By applying measures that aim at protecting water, air, soil, and underground waters quality, reducing noise and vibrations, negative effects on the environment can be prevented or minimised to make the impact range of activities within admissible limits.


Keywords


environmental impact; measures; environmental factors; pigs

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LUCRĂRI ȘTIINȚIFICE MANAGEMENT AGRICOL

ISSN print 1453-1410
ISSN online 2069-2307
(former ISSN 1453-1410, E-ISSN 2069-2307)

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