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The Science of Composting by Eliot Epstein (1996-12-17) Hardcover – 1878. by. Eliot Epstein (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
Composting can be a solution for each of these. The Science of Composting, Part 1. Eliot Epstein. CRC Press, Dec 17, 1996 - Science - 504 pages. The implementation of composting on a large scale (in contrast to home or backyard composting) involves materials handling. Technological implementation of composting must be consistent with the biological demand of the system. If the biological system is violated, conditions will not be optimized for composting, and problems such as odor generation, insufficient aeration or moisture, or a combination of these conditions may result.
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FROM THE PREFACE The main objective of composting is to transform organic materials into a stable usable product. Often organic materials which may have limited beneficial use in their raw state or have regulatory disposal constraints can be transformed by composting into marketable products. The limits on beneficial reuse may be regulations or they may be due to the potential for materials to be putrescible or pathogenic. Composting can be a solution for each of these.
The Science of Composting. Publisher: Routledge. Reflowable eTextbooks do not maintain the layout of a traditional bound book. Print ISBN: 9781566764780, 1566764785. Reflowable eTextbooks may also contain embedded audio, video, or interactive components in addition to Bookshelf's standard study tools. Preface Composting: A Prospective Composting and Recycling History Philosophical Aspects and the Future of Composting in the United States Advantages and Disadvantages of Composting Conclusion References. Basic Concepts Introduction Oxygen and Aeration Moisture Temperature Nutrients: Carbon, Nitrogen, pH Summary References.
Composting is a process that works to speed up the natural decay of organic material by providing the ideal conditions for detritus-eating organisms to thrive, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Composting is a process that works to speed up the natural decay of organic material by providing the ideal conditions for detritus-eating organisms to thrive, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The end-product of this concentrated decomposition process is nutrient-rich soil that can help crops, garden plants and trees to grow. The composting process. Microorganisms are vital to the composting process and are found everywhere in the environment, said Matthew Worsham, the sustainability and energy coordinator at the University of Dayton in Ohio.
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