Wind Row Waste Management Plant
Windrow composting is the production of compost by piling organic matter or biodegradable waste. Such as animal manure and crop residues, in long rows ( windrows). This method is suited to producing large volumes of compost. Windrow composting is a commonly used farm scale composting method.
The primary objective of organic waste recycling is to maintain a sustainable cycle where the biodegradable fraction of organic waste is converted into useful organic manure or fertilizer through various recycling techniques. The utilization of microorganisms in organic waste management is also a viable means of improving soil fertility while disposing of such wastes.
Each has its pros and cons. Households, farms ,restaurants , schools ,offices and places of business produce compostable materials. Organic wastes are composted to stabilize organic matter, reduce the moisture content, increase the concentrations of plant nutrients, eliminate pathogens and weed seeds, develop disease suppressiveness, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- Farm animal manure
- Crop residues
- Fruit & vegetable wastes
- Grass clippings
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