The level of nitrogen lost to water in the EU is projected to drop in the period leading up to 2030, which should have a positive impact on biodiversity.
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EU: Nitrogen pollution expected to drop
The new rules will facilitate the access of organic and waste-based fertilisers to the EU Single Market. It also introduces limits for cadmium and other contaminants in phosphate fertilisers.Agreement on Commission proposal to boost the use of organic and waste
Smithfield announces investment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Global Food Company Expands “Manure-To-Energy” and Other Renewables Projects in North Carolina, Missouri, and Utah.
New rules easing access to the EU single market for fertilisers made from organic or recycled materials and setting limits for cadmium were agreed on Tuesday.UE: Making it easier for producers of organic fertilisers to sell
The Minister of Agriculture has informed that a Royal Decree on farm management and another one on sustainable agricultural nutrition are being drafted that will include new requirements for the improvement of the management of slurry.Spain: measures to improve the comprehensive management of slurry
Simple method for measuring ammonia emission from livestock housing
The VE118 can measure the factual emission from the livestock housing.
Commission approves €45 million extension of biogas support scheme in Luxembourg.Extension of biogas support scheme in Luxembourg