Animal waste definition

Animal waste means any waste consisting of animal matter that has not been processed into food for human consumption.
Animal waste means animal excreta, bedding, wash waters, waste feed, and silage drainage.
Animal waste means livestock or poultry excreta or a mixture of excreta with feed, bedding, litter or other materials generated at a feedlot.

Examples of Animal waste in a sentence

  • Animal waste is frequently applied to land for disposal and to utilize the nutrient value of manure to benefit crops.


More Definitions of Animal waste

Animal waste means excreta from livestock, poultry and other materials, such as bedding, rain or other water, soil, hair, feathers, and other debris normally included in animal waste handling operations.
Animal waste means any waste consisting of animal matter that has not been processed into food for human consumption. This does include blood, feathers, uncooked butcher waste and any other animal waste that is not catering waste or former foodstuffs. This does not include faecal matter from animals (e.g. chicken litter or farmyard manure).
Animal waste means all forms of waste from animals or the treatment of animals except animal carcasses or parts;
Animal waste means animal wastes consisting of excreta, leachings, feed losses, litter, washwaters or other associated wastes.
Animal waste means waste animal carcasses, body parts, and bedding of animals that are known to be infected with, or that have been inoculated with, human pathogenic microorganisms infectious to humans.
Animal waste means animal excreta and associated feed losses, bedding, spillage or overflow from watering systems, wash and flushing waters, sprinkling waters from livestock cooling, precipitation polluted by falling on or flowing into a confined animal facility (“runoff”), and other materials polluted by livestock or their direct products.