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Short Course: Sustainable Land Application of Residuals.
May 13-16, 2013.

This short-course provides the basis for sustainable land application by
considering the assimilative capacity of soils to accept residuals,
regulatory issues, and residual characteristics. Residuals include
biosolids, animal manures, reclaimed waters, composts, and various
non-hazardous industrial by-products. Successful course attendees will
learn how to match the characteristics of various residuals with soil
assimilative capacities (residual loading rates and management) to
optimize beneficial effects, minimize negative effects, and to meet
regulatory requirements.

For further information, see the attached flyer and/or go to the
following link on the Soil and Water Science Department website:
http://soils.ifas.ufl.edu/courses/ShortCourses/indexGAO2013.html

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Dr. Ann C. Wilkie                          Tel: (352)392-8699
Soil and Water Science Department          Fax: (352)392-7008
University of Florida-IFAS
P.O. Box 110960                         E-mail: [log in to unmask]
Gainesville, FL 32611-0960
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Campus location: Environmental Microbiology Laboratory (Bldg. 246).
http://campusmap.ufl.edu/
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BioEnergy and Sustainable Technology Society
http://grove.ufl.edu/~bests/

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