Slide Set for the Type B Animal Waste Operator Certification Program

Type B systems primarily rely on soil/plant systems for the treatment of animal waste. These systems are generally used to treat animal waste generated by animals that produce a high-fiber waste, such as cattle, horses, and sheep. These systems generally include the following components: dry stacks; solids and slurry collection equipment; storage ponds for the collection of solids and runoff; pumps, pipes and other structures that carry waste from the point of generation to the final treatment/disposal site; flushing systems; solids separation equipment; irrigation equipment; and land application site and crops.

You may view the slides from this training program by selecting a link below:

Chapter 1: Why Are We Here?

Chapter 2: System Components and Operation

Chapter 3: Waste Management Plans

Chapter 4: Tools for the Plan

Chapter 5: Proper Applications of Waste Products

Chapter 6: Record Keeping

Chapter 7: Safety and Emergency Action Plans

Chapter 8: Consequences of Improper Management


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