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How do organic fertilizer production lines prevent flies


In China, the number of organic fertilizer equipment manufacturers is increasing year by year, and it plays an important role in the fields of agriculture, landscape and environmental protection. However, at the same time, the problem of attracting flies has also attracted increasing attention. The background of the problem of flies in organic fertilizer production line plants mainly stems from the wastewater and solid waste generated in the production process of organic fertilizer, which contains a large amount of organic matter, providing good conditions for the reproduction of flies. The breeding of flies not only affects the environmental health of the plant, but also poses a threat to the physical health of the staff, and may also spread a variety of diseases, which has a negative impact on the corporate image and the surrounding environment.

In order to solve the problem of organic fertilizer production line plant attracting flies, enterprises should develop a set of basic strategies for fly control. First of all, the factory should implement a strict health management system to ensure that the wastewater and waste in the production process of organic fertilizer are effectively treated. Secondly, the combination of biological control and chemical control is used to control the reproduction of flies. Finally, strengthen the publicity and education to improve the staff's awareness and participation in fly control.

In order to reduce the breeding of flies, the organic fertilizer production line plant should take the following environmental improvement measures: first, the waste in the plant is classified and collected, and the day is clear; The second is to treat the wastewater in the production process to meet the discharge standards; Third, harmless treatment of solid waste; The fourth is to plant green plants around the factory to improve the environmental humidity and reduce the propagation of flies; Fifth, regular disinfection of the plant area.