Garden Waste Articles

  • 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

  • Keyhole Gardens; Positive Impact on Food Security

    World hunger is a constant problem. It has been one of the most widely discussed topics in recent years. Rapidly increasing global population, limited natural resources, and climatic changes, has resulted in the need for a sustainable increase in food production. Scientists, governments, and organizations across the world are working together to bring innovations and good farming practices which ...


    By Agrivi Ltd

  • Case Study - Composting food waste generated by 8,000 room resort in Cancun

    Food waste composted with the in vessel composter by XACT is solving the organic waste problem of an 8,000 room hotel in Cancun, Mexico.  The Cancun Palace Resort generates 2500 tons of organic waste per year, and wanted/needed to reduce their high waste haulage costs and landfill tipping fees.  In addition, the hotel management wanted to take meaningful action to reduce their GHG ...


    By XACT Systems Inc.

  • Compost Tumbler to make Bio-Degradable substance

    It’s better to use the garbage in a proper way rather than waste it in vain. Generally, people litter the unpleasant materials and make the place dirty. Now they can use the garbage to prepare effective and useful products for plants. This garbage includes food items, papers, different packets, lavage, home appliances, wooden items, etc. These food items can be used to make compost ...


    By Biofinch Ltd.

  • Rosendal`s Garden chose Big Hanna for composting their organic food waste

    The Rosendal's Garden is located on Djurgården, an island in the city centre of Stockholm, Sweden. It's a public garden with a café, greenhouses, plant shop, function hall and educational activities.  ...


    By Susteco AB

  • AE Thompson Waste Composter - Case Study

    AE Thompson is a green waste composter based in Wingate, Country Durham. The company process waste from tree surgeons, landscapers, skip-hire services, gardening businesses and local authorities. With leaves, grass and hedge cuttings accounting for approximately 30% of all waste, the company needed and efficient and robust system they could rely upon. They came to EMS looking for a dependable ...

  • A perfect loop: how the Eden Project does waste

    This year we have decided to include some of our old but still good references in our blog. Installations made in the past before we had a blog.Our first 'oldie but goodie' is our biggest tailor made machine at the Eden Project in Cornwall, UK. In May 2005 Susteco AB installed a bigger version of Big Hanna called Neter30 - a 30 cubic meter (a Big Hanna T60 is 1 cubic meter for ...


    By Susteco AB

  • Potential of Eisenia fetida for vermicomposting of garden trimmings spiked with cow dung

    The garden residues and trimmings were vermicomposted in order to mitigate environmental problems caused by them. The results of experiments indicated that the addition of Garden Trimmings (GT) up to 30% with cow dung (CD) produced good quality vermicompost in terms of increased NPK status as well as decrease in C : N and C : P ratio. A comparison of the decomposition of GT + CD in ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Current research projects

    Phosphorus availability as influenced by organic residues in five calcareous soilsInvestigator: Mohsen Jalali, Department of Soil Science, College of Agriculture, Bu-Ali Sina University, Hamadan, IranObjectives: To investigate the effect of time and organic residue addition on P availability in some calcareous soils. The use of organic residue is appropriate in maintaining long-term ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Home Composting Diversion: Household Level Analysis

    The goals of the present study were to (i) verify Parfitt’s (2005) household-level models of home composting diversion, (ii) provide additional insight into how those diversion factors were derived, (iii) extend the modelling approach to consider garden waste in residual and garden waste collections, and (iv) track the performance of compost bins supplied by WRAP (Waste & Resources Action ...

  • Effect of vegetable, fruit and garden (VFG) waste compost on soil physical properties

    Compost and other organic amendments have been proven to improve the soil physical quality. In Flanders, vegetable, fruit and garden (VFG) wastes are collected selectively and composted. We studied the effects of the combined application of three different doses of VFG compost and cattle slurry and one treatment with only mineral N applied, during 9 years on a range of soil physical properties: ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Is Topsoil costing you the Earth?

    BROWNFIELD REGENERATION remains key to the government’s plan for creating sustainable communities. However, crucial to brownfield regeneration is the issue of restoring the land to a high quality as quickly and cost effectively as possible. There is also the matter of ensuring that the regeneration process and resutting development is sustainable, given the increasing concern over global warming. ...

  • Demonstration Trials of the Utilisation of Composted Materials in the Maintenance of Sports and Amenity Turfgrass - ORG0027 final report

    WRAP (The Waste and Resources Action Programme) was established in 2000 with the primary aim of creating stable and efficient markets for recycled materials and products. Within WRAP’s Organics Programme, the overall aim is to increase the manufacture and purchase of quality compost through capital funding, marketing, training, quality assurance as well as research and development. It has been ...

  • Good Practice Guide - Managing Garden Waste at Civic Amenity Sites

    Untitled Document This good practice guide is about collecting and handling garden waste at Civic Amenity sites (CA sites). It is intended ...

  • Composting of municipal waste in Poland

    Composting constitute an important element of the integrated systems of municipal waste management, which is being developed these days. In such systems, the process is employed mainly in the treatment of selectively collected biologically degradable moist waste coming from kitchens, gardening and municipal green places. The biological treatment of mixed municipal waste, however, is employed ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • Odour pollution problems caused by composting activities in flanders: current situation and abatement strategies

    In Flanders, garden fruit and vegetable (GFV) waste is selectively collected and composted in 7 composting plants, in six of which aerobic indoor composting is used. In the seventh plant waste is anaerobically digested first followed by an aerobic post-treatment. The total amount of waste composted was about 275 000 tons in 1997 (OVAM, 1999). The nominal capacity of the composting plants varies ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • The influence of biowaste and garden waste composts on diseases caused by pythium ultimum and rhizoctonia Solani related to the antagonists trichoderma hamatum and flavobacterium balustinum

    Soilborne plant pathogens can cause serious losses on both agricultural and horticultural crops. Examples include damping-off diseases caused by Pythium spp. and Rhizoctonia spp., Pythium and Phytophthora root rots, Rhizoctonia crown rot, Fusarium and Verticillium wilts, nematode and even bacterial diseases. Until the fifties, the principal methods to control soilborne diseases were through the ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • Regulation of nitrogen contents of Composts during composting first experimental results

    More than 3 Mio. Mg of compost were produced in Germany in 1998 (Wiemer and Kern 1998). Kitchen and garden waste from households as well as waste from landscaping and parks were used as substrates to a high extent. The composts were mainly used in landscaping, recultivation, horticulture, substrate production and in agriculture. Applied on cultivable land compost can improve the soil structure ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • Composting of municipal waste in Poland

    Composting constitute an important element of the integrated systems of municipal waste management, which is being developed these days. In such systems, the process is employed mainly in the treatment of selectively collected biologically degradable moist waste coming from kitchens, gardening and municipal green places. The biological treatment of mixed municipal waste, however, is employed ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

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