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Jerry Moran said (about Andrew Wheeler): “Farmers and ranchers continue to face numerous challenges, and the removal of this unnecessary and burdensome regulation is welcome news for producers across our state,” “It was never the intent of Congress for normal odors from animal waste on farms to fall under our nation’s emergency hazardous waste reporting requirements, so I appreciate Administrator Wheeler taking definitive action today to provide certainty to the livestock industry. The resources of our emergency responders ought to be focused on protecting the public from true environmental and chemical emergencies, not odors from animal waste” External link

epa Tuesday, October 30, 2018 11:07:00 PM CET

Charlotte Morton said: “In the same way as recyclers of other materials such as paper, metal, or glass, anaerobic digestion is offering a solution to a problem we all create,” External link

fwi Saturday, July 7, 2018 4:28:00 PM CEST

Wang Jing says: “Generally the way the government tries to solve water pollution is to shut down small animal farms and to make them into bigger factories,” External link

guardian Friday, August 31, 2018 8:19:00 AM CEST

Wang Jing says: “But this disrupts the pre-existing loop of agriculture in China which is to recycle animal waste into fertiliser using traditional methods. Some of the biggest farms do have industrial converters on site but they’re disincentivised to use them because they’re not legally obliged to and the cost of running the machine costs more than the value of the fertiliser produced,” External link

guardian Friday, August 31, 2018 8:19:00 AM CEST

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