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what areas have gone to great lengths to prevent runoff from animal waste?

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  1. Are you asking about Australia only? Or are you looking for areas around the world?

    Check this site.

    http://www.informaction.org/cgi-bin/gPage.pl?menu=menua.txt&main=farmwaste_gen.txt&s=Farm%20Waste

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  2. sorry Australia only....

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  3. I couldn't find any websites that talk about specific Australian areas that have significantly reduced runoff from animal waste. However, you may find something in these sites.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=Australia+animal+waste+reduce+runoff

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