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Compost Aeration services for Composting

  • Technical Installation Services

    Christiaens has a wide reputation in engineering and realisation of technical installations for mushroom growing and composting sides Local climate and environmental requirements need an appropriate total and detailed knowledge of the industry.  Airhandling systems are key for an optimal control of the process. In combination with a good ...

    By CHRISTIAENS GROUP B.V based in ND Horst, NETHERLANDS.

  • Composting Services

    Organic waste is a resource that must be brought back to nature. This is an important element in adjusting our society to the ecocycle. Our systems provide a natural solution to the municipal sludge and solid waste disposal problem today. The organic wastes are converted into high quality compost. Using organic compost humus and nutrients can be ...

    By ICS Composting Services GmbH based in Herford, GERMANY. from Engineering Services Service line

  • Composting

    Yorwaste and its subsidiary company, SJB Recycling Ltd, compost over 200,000 tonnes of green and organic waste each year.All our composting operations are open windrow operations, composting grass cuttings, leaves, weeds and hedge trimmings collected from household waste recycling centres, kerbside collections and commercial collections.

    By Yorwaste Limited based in Northallerton, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Composting Services

    With its 2001 acquisition of Westvac Environmental Services, Parker Ag Services started providing composting services. Westvac had been providing transportation and composting services since 1997 to a number of wastewater treatment facilities in Summit County, Colorado. The Climax composting site near Leadville, Colorado, has the highest elevation ...

    By Parker Ag Services, LLC based in Limon, COLORADO (USA).

  • Composting Services

    Composting is a biological process through which organic matter is converted into stable, humus-like compounds. The evaporation of water and the decomposition of organic matter lead to an increase in dry-matter content and a decrease in volume. The process is also known as ‘biothermal drying.

    By Twence B.V. based in Hengelo, NETHERLANDS.

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