Restrictions on the use of urine in agriculture in the UK?
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Restrictions on the use of urine in agriculture in the UK? 25 Jul 2014 14:35 #9492

  • KatyFullilove
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Hi,

I'm writing an MSc thesis on the potential for UDFTs and urine use in agriculture in the UK and was just wondering if anybody knows what the situation is in the UK with regard to using human urine as a fertiliser.

Any information or links would be much appreciated!

Many thanks and best wishes,
Katy Fullilove
(MSc student at The Centre for Alternative Technology, Machynlleth)

Re: Restrictions on the use of urine in agriculture in the UK? 26 Jul 2014 18:03 #9500

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You'd need a waste management license to use human urine in agriculture, from the regulator, which is Natural Resources Wales in Wales or the Environment Agency in England.
I don't work for anyone, I am a philosopher interested to think about how we think about WASH and sanitation. All thoughts are mine alone, I am responsible for any errors.

Previously trained and worked as a Soil Scientist and worked on projects composting sewage sludge.
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