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Destino De Resíduos De Incubatórios Da Avicultura No Estado De São Paulo: Adequação À Legislação E Possibilidade De Uso Econômico

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  • Kobashigawa, Estela
  • Murarolli, Rafael Azevedo
  • Gameiro, Augusto Hauber
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    Em decorrência do contínuo crescimento da avicultura no Brasil, tanto de corte quanto de postura, ocorre concomitantemente um aumento de alojamento de matrizes e, portanto, dos resíduos formados pela incubação de ovos férteis. Em contrapartida no Estado de São Paulo criou-se, recentemente, a Lei no 12.300, de 16 de março de 2006, obrigando os incubatórios a dar um destino adequado aos seus resíduos. Devido ao custo de manejo dos resíduos, tem-se a oportunidade de se estudar novas alternativas, que possam eventualmente agregar valor ao produto, possibilitando sua comercialização. Objetivou-se neste estudo analisar quais os destinos dados aos resíduos de incubatórios no Estado de São Paulo. Um grupo de cinco empresas representativas foi entrevistado. Conclui-se que as empresas ainda não se adequaram à legislação vigente e, portanto, além de estarem incorrendo em riscos de fiscalização, estão deixando de aproveitar eventuais benefícios econômicos de um uso mais racional desses resíduos.---------------------------------------------As a consequence of the continuous growth of poultry breeding in Brazil, for meat and egg production, there is a concomitant increase in chicken housing and, therefore, there is an increase in the residues related to the incubation of fertile eggs. In the State of São Paulo, however, it was recently created the Law number 12.300, of 16 March 2006, which imposes that hatchings shall give an adequate destination to residues. The cost of residues management opens the opportunity of studying new alternatives that eventually can aggregate value to the product, making possible its commercialization. The aim of this study was to analyze the destination of residues of hatchings of the State of Sao Paulo. A group of five representative companies was interviewed. The conclusion is that the companies are not in accordance to current legislation. Therefore, they may incur inspection risks and do not take advantage of eventual economic benefits of a more rational use of residues.

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    Paper provided by Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER) in its series 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil with number 108969.

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    Keywords: avicultura; resíduos; meio ambiente; poultry; residues; environment; Livestock Production/Industries;

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