Composting

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Composting

  1. 1. Composting 1
  2. 2. Composting It is a natural procedure which converts organic material into a rich dark substance. This material is called compost and can be used in many different ways, especially in agriculture as fertilizer.2
  3. 3. Process of composting Bacteria, fungus and other germs work for composting. Many other bigger organisms subvene them. During composting, these microorganisms produce carbon dioxide (CO2), heat and water as they decompost the organic materials of waste. The final result is the compost (rich, dark, grater and odorless), perfect fertilizer for your garden.3
  4. 4. For effective composting is needed:  Proper mix of materials (in correct proportions)  Proper ventilation  Proper moisture  Proper size of materials4
  5. 5. Advantages of Composting  Low investment and operating costs compared to all competitive technologies. There is a positive effect on municipal fees paid by the citizens of the municipality.5
  6. 6.  Great social acceptance, resulting in immediate profit in related investments, as composting takes place closer to the waste production areas, therefore creating lower transportation costs.6
  7. 7.  Compost site placed within walking distance from the waste production, as a result of social acceptance. Leading to a significant reduced cost of municipal fees.7

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