Waste Disposal Database

S. A. Modena samodena at csemail.cropsci.ncsu.edu
Wed Sep 16 15:06:35 EST 1992


Just to broaden the audience for this appeal:
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>From AGRIC-L at uga.cc.uga.edu  Wed Sep 16 15:29:23 1992
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Date:         Wed, 16 Sep 1992 13:59:50 CDT
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Sender: Agriculture Discussion <AGRIC-L at uga.cc.uga.edu>
>From: James Murray <James.Murray at ACENET.AUBURN.EDU>
Comments: To: AGRIC-L at UGA.CC.UGA.EDU
Comments: cc: jmurray at acenet.auburn.edu
To: Multiple recipients of list AGRIC-L <AGRIC-L at uga.cc.uga.edu>

At Auburn University we are pulling together research information on
using waste materials in agricultural applications, conducted by many
of our departments within the school of Agriculture to form a data
base.

This project is being executed by the Alabama Cooperative Extension
Service in an effort to make information more available to agents, and
any others interested in the subject.

Specific topics of this compilation will include: responsible methods
of waste disposal, whether municipal, agricultural, etc.; beneficial
uses of waste products; composting; water quality; equipment and
machines for these functions; biogas, methane, and other refuse energy
resources; and many other related subjects. (The use of a byproduct
need not necessarily be agricultural.)

We at Auburn are requesting information that you may have or referrals
to any sources that may be interested in this subject.
 Thank you,
James Murray

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Steve
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