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Compactor Presses Proving Useful to Manage On-farm Used Silage and Bale Wrap Plastics

Many beef and dairy producers in Alberta protect livestock feed by covering it with special plastic film widely used in agriculture today.  

Whether it’s silage bags or tubes, large tarps that cover the top of the silage piles, or plastic stretch film used to wrap hay bales, once the plastic is removed and no longer useful, it becomes waste. Historically, the only disposal options for these materials were landfilling or piling them behind the farm gate in hopes of a future recycling program.  

Fortunately, a recycling option is now available for farmers in several parts of the province…  Read the full article: Ag Forward #6 View past editions: Ag forward: Managing on-farm plastics

Source : Clean Farmers

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