She also called for EPA and state monitoring and regulation of waste transported off concentrated animal feeding operations.
What does AFO stand for?
AFO stands for Animal Feeding Operation(s)
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We have 75 other meanings of AFO in our Acronym Attic
- Agency Field Office
- Air Failure Open (valve operation mode)
- Air Force One (The Movie)
- Air Force Ones (Nike shoes)
- Aircraft Flight Operations (job title)
- Alaska Field Office
- Algar-Flynn-Oyamada (chemical reaction)
- Alien Front Online (Sega video game)
- Alternate Fridays Off (work schedule)
- Alzheimer's Family Organization (Florida)
- Ankle-Foot Orthosis
- Announced Flight Opportunity
- Announcement of Flight Opportunities
- Anti-Fascist Organization
- Aquatic Facility Operator (various locations)
- Arellano-Felix Organization (drug trafficking cartel)
- Armed Forces Only
- Army Finance Officer
- Association Française d'Orthoptique (French: French Orthoptic Association; est. 1965)
- Association Française d'Ostéopathie (French: French Association of Osteopathy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It is commonly recommended that people planning to build a new animal feeding operation or expand an existing one visit with neighbors to let them know what is being planned, including why and how odors will be managed.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] As Animal Factory points out, these hog operations--concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs)--have "far too many animals per acre to absorb the waste.
Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a rule designed to protect the nation's water quality by requiring concentrated animal feeding operations to safely manage manure.
Scholars and practitioners of environmental law explore such aspects as the limits of statutory law and the wisdom of the common law, global warming as the ultimate public nuisance, perchloroethylene manufacturers pay to get their product out of public drinking water, and concentrated animal feeding operations and the common law.
Furthermore, EPA has not established a strategy or timetable for developing a more sophisticated process-based model that considers the interaction and implications of all emission sources at an animal feeding operation.
Topics examined include cruise ship pollution, MTBE in gasoline, EPA regulation of concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs), and EPA's response to the Waterkeeper Alliance court decision on regulation of CAFOs.
For more information about animal feeding operations and the grant solicitation, visit www.