Composting Equipment Articles

  • Flat die organic fertilizer granulator production line

    Flat die organic fertilizer granulator production line Organic fertilizer is rich in organic matter and nutrients. It can not only directly provide nutrients for crops, but also activate potential nutrients in soil, enhance microbial activity and promote material transformation. The application of organic fertilizer can also improve soil physical and chemical properties, improve soil fertility ...

  • 1,500 tons per month Organic Fertilizer Disc Granulator Production Line

    1,500 tons per month Organic Fertilizer Disc Granulator Production Line Organic fertilizer disc granulator production line mainly uses dry granulation, which makes the compost fertilizer powder into granules, and then dries it. It can be sold on the market. The ...

  • Organic fertilizer and compound fertilizer combination granulating production line

    Organic fertilizer and compound fertilizer combination granulating production line With the continuous development of science and technology, the requirement for fertilizer in agriculture is getting higher and higher. For different crops, different ...

  • How to Compost Pig Manure into Organic Fertiliser

    In general, a 200lb pig would produce about 13lb manure per day. Pig manure contains plentiful essential nutrition ingredients like nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium for plant growth, which can promote healthy growth and increase the yield of grain crop. Even though pig manure is a commendable raw material of organic fertilizer, lots of pig manures carry E.coli, salmonella, parasitic worms and a ...

  • Grand Canyon Sweet — Hikers Along Kaibab Sing of Phoenix’s Praises - Case Study

    Toilets must be odorless as well as available. At sun-baked Tipoff along Grand Canyon National Park’s famed Kaibab Trail, olfactorily gifted hikers could not endure the evilsmelling vault toilets. Little spotted white “paper flowers” stained the landscape. At Tipoff, ACS installed three odorless, waterless, Phoenix composting toilets in a prefabricated, maintenance-friendly ...

  • Grand Canyon Sweet — Hikers Along Kaibab Sing of Phoenix’s Praises - Case Study

    Toilets must be odorless as well as available. At sun-baked Tipoff along Grand Canyon National Park’s famed Kaibab Trail, olfactorily gifted hikers could not endure the evilsmelling vault toilets. Little spotted white “paper flowers” stained the landscape. At Tipoff, ACS installed three odorless, waterless, Phoenix composting toilets in a prefabricated, maintenance-friendly ...

  • Golf Course Solutions - Case Study

    Problem. It’s a long way from the clubhouse’s coffee shop to the 18th hole. Furtively ducking into the nearby woods is an unsatisfactory answer to nature’s call, so mid-course comfort stations are necessities. But perc challenged soils and environmental considerations can preclude septic systems. Sewer connections, utility electricity, and running potable water can be ...

  • Grand Canyon Sweet - Hikers Along Kaibab Sing of Phoenix`s Praises - Case Study

    Toilets must be odorless as well as available. At sun-baked Tipoff along Grand Canyon National Park’s famed Kaibab Trail, olfactorily gifted hikers could not endure the evilsmelling vault toilets. Little spotted white “paper flowers” stained the landscape. At Tipoff, ACS installed three odorless, waterless, Phoenix composting toilets in a prefabricated, maintenance-friendly ...

  • New York Times: Can Dirt Save the Earth?

    “To prevent carbon from causing misery and destruction, perhaps we just need to change its location. Perhaps we can find a way to pull it from the air and restore it to the earth,” writes the New York Times in a new article that features the research of SOIL’s longtime collaborator, Dr. ...


    By SOIL Haiti

  • Wood Recycler Expands Into Compost Manufacturer

    How a company that started as a small tree care service in the late 1980s evolved into a compost and mulch manufacturer with multiple facilities in the Southeast U.S. Our growth since the beginning can be summed up pretty easily — we’ve gone where our customers have needed us to go,” explains Chris Cowart, owner of Cowart, Inc., a large producer of high quality composts and ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • January Composting Roundup

    St. Paul, Minnesota: State DOT Issues New Compost Specs The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MNDOT) updated its specifications for using finished compost in MNDOT projects in the 2018 Edition of its “Standard Specifications For Construction.” The two main changes to the specs, explains Kayla Walsh of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, are: 1) Inclusion of food ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • December Composting Roundup

    Houston, Texas: Composting Sites Weather Hurricane Harvey The LETCO Group LLC, which does business as Living Earth™, is a Dallas-based composting and mulch production company with 18 processing facilities that include retail yards located in the Dallas-Ft. Worth region and Houston, and 3 stand-alone retail yards. BioCycle contacted Mark Rose, president and CEO of The LETCO Group, to ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Organic Fertilizer Benefits

    Organic Fertilizer Benefits – Why not use synthetic fertilizers? It’s a reasonable question. After all, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium ARE chemicals, so where is the advantage in these bags of heavy, grainy stuff, that need to be measured and mixed and then dug in, when you can just pick up a small plastic bottle of the blue stuff? There are several organic fertilizer ...


    By Organiksa SA

  • Field Testing Protocol For Compostable Packaging

    Compostable product disintegration trials conducted in British Columbia help lay groundwork for open source, field testing protocol. Compostable packaging holds great promise to aid in diverting food waste from landfill. However, even when certified compostable, the products disintegrate differently across facility types. A growing number of composting facilities see potential for ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Composting on the New York Highline

    Friends of the High Line will be taking their composting program to a new level using cutting-edge technology to compost in only 14 days. The Rocket composter technology allows for a continuous process of feeding it daily while constantly aerating the mass inside the vessel, producing high enough temperatures to kill pathogens.  Friends of the High Line ...


    By Tidy Planet Limited

  • Sustainability-inspired composting latrine design

    In support of the Millennium Development Goals to provide improved sanitation to the world, a sustainability-inspired composting latrine design based on work in rural Panama, but also applicable to similar situations, is offered here. The design is based on the three aspects of sustainability namely economic, social, and technical. The new design will allow for improved health for current and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Canadian City Ready To Launch AD And Composting Facility

    The City of Surrey, British Columbia will be opening its 127,000 tons/year food waste and yard trimmings organics recycling operation in June. After eight years of planning and construction, Surrey, British Columbia is set to open an anaerobic digestion facility that will convert up to 127,000 tons of food waste and yard trimmings each year into renewable natural gas and high quality compost. ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • What’s Your “Big Mac”?

    Compost marketing entrepreneur grew a company that today uses over a million cubic yards of compost annually. Palletizable Filtrexx Soxx™ that did not slide when stacked on pallets allowed rapid advancement of palletization, which led to scale, which led to what Rod Tyler calls Filtrexx’s “Big Mac®.” Photo courtesy of Filtrexx International ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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