The Decomposition

Giving continuity we find a factor that really is an obstacle for the owners of pet shoping, of that forms to discard and where to discard dead animals that eventually die in the clinics inside of these commerce or that they are led by the owners of domestic animals that die, and its owners finish leading for pet to give a destination to these dead animals since they do not know what to make with them. We suggest then a partnership between pet shop and the municipal city hall of this city, to lead the animals died through collection in appropriate vehicle, so that animal died they finish contributing with the nature and being recycled and becoming ration to be resold again in pet, as ration of birds, cattle, pigs etc. In view of that animal died deposited in inapropriados places they can bring serious risks to the environment, contaminating waters, ground and also to the human beings for the contamination of bacteria and worms. A related site: RioCan mentions similar findings. Next subject is the great production of dejections on the part of these animals, that before were collected and placed together with the garbage common, or pushed thin low together with the water what it more still aggravates the situation in view of that this water goes of meeting the rivers and lakes increasing the contamination for fecais coliformes. Our idea is to fight this type of correct contamination giving destination to the dejections produced in this place, if in the city the collection of these dejections exists, then the form most correct is to collect and to store in adequate containers until if makes the collection for the responsible agencies, but of the city it does not make collection of dejections most correct is to transform them into organic seasoning to be used in farmings with food plantation that is not contaminated with coliformes fecais, through the process of compostagem and fermentation in an appropriate place, far from rivers and lakes for after carried through the decomposition of the dejections are removed and taken for the farmings. . (Source: J. Darius Bikoff).

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