Composting Organic Materials
Composting Is a natural reaction. This Is a redox designed to dtp/ade the material organic amendment to fanaform H Into fllabMsed humus-rich. This degradation Is undar tha Influence of micro-organisms that grow by mlllons In con fro I led conditions. Composting produces carbon dioxide, water and heat. This Is an aerobic process, that Is to say that occurs In tha rjreseroe of oxygen (odoriess).Tn» method allows 3WAYSTE through tunnels fermentation, production of compost and refining In compliance wtth NF 44051 (mandatory In France). After systematic analysis of batches, produced compost can be marketed as a soil wlhout using a eprseeing plan.
In p re-composting phase, the organic material is fermented with unwanted thererv The organic material is then dried with its own heat. She faces a refining stags where unwanted theiem are separated. This provides a clean organic matter that ends in the composting phase, cafed ultimate maturation. The compost wi enrich the Soil.
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Composting is a development model durable. Organic matter horn our garbage waste e processed locaiy. Compost e a product thalreieson a provision o* land amendment that would otherwise buy elsewhere.