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Roadkill Management Rules Concerns Issues Solutions Jeff Moore ODOT Office of Maintenance
Wildlife vs. the Highway …
Deer cross the road …
And its not just Deer …
Wildlife vs. Highway … things get messy!
Cleaning up the Aftermath
Ignoring Roadkill Attracts more wildlife Creates Traffic Risks Risk to Human Health Spreads Disease Impacts Environment Inhumane Inappropriate
ODOT Policy … ODOT Maintenance Guide Traffic Hazard Aesthetically Unacceptable ODOT Safety Manual Human Health Risks Carcass Handling Pathogens
There are Rules! … Waste Management Rules Animal Carcasses are Waste Required Management Human Health Concerns Water Quality Rules Bacteria Drinking Water Protection Rules Pathogens Nitrates
Traditional Disposal Burial (Pits) Landfills (Bone yards) Drag out of Sight Lime Rendering Plants
Traditional Disposal Options … … are a thing of the past
Time to get Creative …
Solutions … … Location, Location, Location
Making Compost in Lexington
Lemons to Lemonade
The ODOT Composting Plan
The How and Why of Composting
Making Dirt By the Rules
Meanwhile … … In Portland
Where to put our compost pile?
Not in my back yard!
Consider Local Options and Limitations
And try to keep … Critters off the Highway!
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