Waste to Fertilizer Service
Composting: This is the conversion of organic waste materials into valuable soil conditioner/fertilizer for agricultural usage. Nigeria and indeed Africa, presently imports several Million tons of chemical (inorganic) fertilizers for distribution and sales to Local farmers, this fact means that there is a huge market for organic fertilizers in this continent. The importation of these chemical fertilizers by government deplete the very scarce foreign exchange of the African countries, worst still the chemical fertilizer portends danger to the soil, crop and the final consumer.
- Environmental friendly to the soil and crop and human
- It enhances soil structures, water retention ability and also support increased microbial activities in the soil
- Excess application does not affect the soil nor the plant
- Prevent erosion
- Harmful to the crop, soil and humans
- Excess application destroys the soil structure, the microbial activities in the soil and does not enhance water retention ability of the soil.
- Excess application leads to soil acidity and also kills the plant
- Causes erosion
The table above shows comparison of both the organic fertilizer and the chemical fertilizer.
The produced organic fertilizer can also be neatly packaged in different sizes of bags as pelets (just like the chemical fertilizer) for easy application.