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.
Compostability is a loose term considered by experts to be an instance or subset of biodegradability. “Compostability” as presently defined in Europe and the USA involves establishing conditions that represent “modern” composting. One artifact that has emerged involves a distinction of “industrial” vs ...
By Woods End Laboratories, Inc. based in Mt Vernon, MAINE (USA).
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