composting odour News

  • Potential Odours From Composting Facility

    Following the recent hot weather combined with the closure of other composting sites, Biowise has received an unusually high volume of household garden waste which has resulted in a backlog of material waiting to be processed. As advised by our industry regulator, the Environment Agency, we have temporarily stopped accepting garden waste into our facility at Willerby whilst we implement an ...


    By Wastewise

  • COMPOSTING CONTAINER: COMPOST and WASTE technology

    COMPOST and WASTE technology presents: ENVICONT C600SMobile or stationary fully automatic composting unit with static Procedure for composting of  bio-waste, green-cut, wood, grass, straw, animal bedding, kitchen waste etc. The mobile and stationary composting unit EnviCont C600S supports all those costumers to achieve flexible, fat and cost effective composting of all suitable ...


  • Local composting - an environmentally friendly and cost effective solution for the Puglia region

    Puglia is a region situated at the far southeast part of Italy. ...


    By Susteco AB

  • Compost made by worms from livestock manure yields benefits when applied to maize

    Vermicomposting livestock manure with maize can increase agricultural benefit by 304%, shows a new study. The combination of increased crop yield and the additional earthworms produced as a result of the process led to a substantial increase in output compared to a traditional composting system. As intensive agriculture and livestock production both increase, unique problems emerge. Heavy use of ...

  • BACKHUS Series 21

    Edewecht, Munich, November 4, 2010 – Shortly after celebrating their 25th anniversary, BACKHUS EcoEngineers will be launching a new series of turners, the BACKHUS 21 series. With the new machines, the world’s leading company for turners is reacting to the growing demands in the composting sector. In their 25 years in the composting business, ...


    By Eggersmann GmbH

  • AfOR plea for help to take on tax

    An ‘unfair’ tax that could cripple the industry is being taken on by a recycling trade body but it needs support from the sector. The Association for Organics Recycling (AfOR) is lobbying the government over the new business rates due to come into effect in April next year. Those who are already paying could see their rates rise by as much as 75%. AfOR is concerned that the tax is being based on ...

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