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Plain INSPEOTeste of queimO of burning test and its accomplishment, of responsibility of the interested party, must previously be approved by the CETESB. The test must be carried through with the maximum capacity of the incinerator, before entering in normal operation and all time that if they desire to modify conditions of operao.ACEITAO/REJEIOA installation will be approved in each phase (project, construction and functioning) if it to fulfill to all the requirements of this Norm as well as the specific ones elaborated by the CETESB. 7 USE AGRCOLASegundo Coast et. al (2008) the disposal of the silt in agricultural areas highly is recommended, therefore it constitutes a rich residue in organic substance, being recommended to its ground application as conditioning and/or fertilizer. However, it demands rigid control in relation to the generated silt and the tax of aggregation of the ground and to the chemical and biological components.

According to Jordo et. al (1995), uses digested silt not dehydrated and dry silt with text of humidity reduced in agriculture, taking itself in account the forms of application in the place and the costs of transport, for tubing or truck tank for digested silt, and for truck of great capacity for dry silt, being of basic importance the endorsement of population in relation to the agricultural use of the silt. The industrialization of the silt as fertilizing is attractive to the horticultores, having itself to analyze the quality of the silt generated in relation to the presence of metals heavy and pathogenic agents; the costs of implantation and operation of the plant of composition or fertilizer production, the costs final, and the viability of rank of the product in the consuming market. A series of other advantages is identified in the job of the ETE silt? s in the ground (BLACKSMITH et. al, 2003): baixo investment; pequeno cost of operation; baixo energy consumption; agricultural benefcio; a not overload of the sanitary aterros; a not existence of substance discharges in courses d?