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This study analyzed waste disposal problems related to Maine poultry processing plants. The problems of the Maine plants are quite typical of those found in the industry outside Maine. Two exceptions to this generality are amount of water used and cost of replacement and operation of the treatment facility. Maine plants appear to use more water than plants located in competing areas but they are of larger average size and have access to municipal water supplies and therefore are not particularly disadvantaged.
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Life Sciences and Agricultural Experiment Station
poultry plants, Maine, waste disposal
Agricultural and Resource Economics | Environmental Health and Protection
King, F.R., and F.M. French. 1974. Analysis of waste disposal problems related to Maine poultry processing plants. Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station Bulletin 707.