publication . Article . 2016

Composite Compost Produced from Organic Waste

Romeo Căpăţână; Anca-Rovena Lăcătuşu; Radu Lăcătuşu;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2016 Journal: Present Environment and Sustainable Development (issn: 2284-7820, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Press, Iasi, Romania
Abstract
<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title> <jats:p>The soil fertilization in ecological agriculture is done mostly using organic fertilizers. Some of them are prepared as compost from waste, but other haven’t, until now, any recycling possibility. In this context, for the preparation of new types of compost, we used three type of waste: sewage sludge from waste water treatment, marine algae and farmyard manure. We have made four different composting variants, each consisting of different proportions of the three waste: equal parts (33.33%) of each waste, 50% of each of the three wastes separately, the difference being made up in equal amounts (25%) of the other two waste...
Subjects
free text keywords: organic waste, composting, compost, chemical analyses, Environmental sciences, GE1-350, Composite number, Chemistry, Biodegradable waste, engineering.material, engineering, Waste management
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