Latest Industrial composting Stories
By Trojak, Larry EKO Compost is processing 35,000 tons/year of green waste, along with municipal bio solids and fats, oils and grease.
By Anonymous The Professional Recyclera Of Pennsylvania (PROP) offers three online courses on composting and recycling, with Continuing Education Credits granted through Penn State University.
By Gary Marks PLANS to build a huge eco-waste treatment plant in the Midlands to halve landfill dumping and avoid millions of pounds in penalties for taxpayers have taken a big step forward.
By Runge, Karsten Trends and practices in biosolids composting in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. OVER the past few years, composting of biosolids has become very popular in some Eastern European countries.
By Diaz, L F Eggerth, L L Grover Landscape Services processes up to 800 tons/day of yard trimmings and source separated food waste, producing high quality compost for landscape and agricultural markets. GROVER Landscape Services, Inc. operates several composting facilities in northern California.
Residents fear a giant composting plant planned for the outskirts of a rural village could be a health hazard. Villagers in Moreton-on-Lugg, between Hereford and Leominster, say they will fight plans to bring a county's garden waste to a local farm so it can be turned into lorryloads of compost.
By Wichuk, Kristine M McCartney, Daryl Pathogen inactivation is expected to occur in compost if temperatures over 55[degrees]C (131[degrees]F) are maintained for at least 3 days, or 15 days in windrows.
By Bueno, P Yanez, R; Ariza, J; Diaz, M J The kinetic of the thermophilic composting process of trimming residues was studied under several parameters [moisture (40-70%), aeration (0.2-0.61 air/kg min) and particle size (1-5 cm)] in order to determine the best composting conditions to ensure an optimum composting design.
A TEAM of scientists from Keele University taught hundreds of families on issues of climate change and the importance of home composting at the Science for Sustainability Green Roadshow.
By Goldstein, Nora Argentina Success with a facility processing industrial food residuals and other by-products spurs a Buenos Aires company to target MSW.
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