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O Adubo Orgânico Proveniente De Estações De Tratamento De Esgoto: Questões Técnicas E Tendências De Mercado

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  • Zapparoli, Irene Domenes
  • Pizaia, Marcia Goncalves
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    O adubo orgânico, proveniente de resíduos sólidos de estações de tratamento de esgoto, biossólido, vem sendo estudado há aproximadamente duas décadas quanto aos aspectos metodológicos, tecnológicos, sanitários, agronômicos e sócio-econômicos. Nesse sentido, este estudo se prende as questões sócio-econômicas do biossólido, de forma a estudar a capacidade assimilativa do adubo, como bem o aspecto econômico em conformidade à com a sua capacidade de regeneração. Isso significa que o seu preço como bem econômico não reflete o verdadeiro valor da totalidade da preservação ambiental. O objetivo deste artigo consiste em avaliar a receptividade dos produtores rurais de Londrina e região, através de uma investigação da gestão ambiental na utilização do biossólido como fonte de insumo alternativo para a produção agrícola. O estudo-base focaliza a cidade de Londrina–Paraná. A metodologia consiste em revisão bibliográfica e aplicação de questionários. Foram enviados 1.178 questionários aos produtores rurais, com objetivo de identificar seu perfil e sua intenção de consumir produtos alimentícios produzidos com a utilização de adubo orgânico, biossólido. Entre os produtores rurais 87% utilizariam adubo proveniente do lodo de esgoto.------------------------------------------------------The organic fertilizer, originated from organic solid residues from sewer treatment stations, has been studied for approximately two decades in theirs methodological, technological, sanitarium, agronomic and socioeconomic aspects. This study observes the socioeconomic subjects of the biosolid issues, with the goal of studying the assimilative capacity of the fertilizer as well as its economical in conformity to its regeneration capacity. That means price as very economical it doesn't reflect the true value of the totality of environmental preservation. The objective of this article consists of evaluating the receptivity of the rural producers of Londrina and area through an investigation of the environmental administration in the use of the biosolid as source of alternative input for the production agricultural. Starting from the study base with the city of Londrina-Paraná. The methodology consists of bibliographical revision and application of questionnaires. It was sent 1.178 questionnaires to the rural producers, with the objective of identifying their profile and intention of consuming of food products produced with the use of organic fertilizer, biosolid. Among the rural producers, 87% would use the fertilizer originated from the sewer’s mud.

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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 109118.

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    Keywords: Produtores rurais; adubo orgânico; reciclagem; Rural producers; biosolid; receptivity; Crop Production/Industries;

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