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The Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology, 2019, 1(4); doi: 10.25236/FSST.20190329.

Intensive Livestock Breeding Waste Pollution and Its Application Value in Ecological Environment and Pollution Control Process


Yanlong Xue

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Yanlong Xue

Chengde Institute of Environmental Science,Chengde,Hebei 067000,China


With the increasing population and income and the acceleration of urbanization, the traditional poultry farming production system has been difficult to meet people's needs. The development of poultry farming in the direction of specialization and intensification has become an inevitable trend. What followed was the pollution problem of intensive aquaculture. All kinds of livestock and poultry discharged directly into the environment without harmless treatment are excreted and excreted, which is a great damage to the ecological environment. This paper investigates and measures the emissions of livestock and poultry excreta and pollutants in a certain area, and investigates the current treatment of excreta. On the basis of analyzing the impact of aquaculture pollution on the ecological environment and the harm to human health, the prevention and control measures for aquaculture pollution were put forward. As a result, we have come to great value in ecological farming and low-carbon farming.


intensive livestock farming, waste pollution, pollution control

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Yanlong Xue. Intensive Livestock Breeding Waste Pollution and Its Application Value in Ecological Environment and Pollution Control Process. The Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology (2019) Vol. 1 Issue 4: 188-195. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSST.20190329.


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