Composting is the process of controlled adrobic decompistion of biodegradable organic matter. During composting, microorgarnisms break down organic matter onto carbon dioxide, water, heat, and compost:
Use of the Compost
- Increases water holding capacity.
- Increases aeration and dranage
- for clay soils.
- Provides organic nitrogen, phosphorus,
- and potassium provids
Feed Stock for composting
- Food and drink industry waste
- Paper, card, timber and other biodegradable
- waste, houe hold waste
- Household waster
- Organic sludge including sewage
Rotating Drum in Vessel Composting
We offer wide range of advanced filtration systems that enables treatment of suspended particles, color, odour & oil through filtration. The media filters involved filtration of particulates across surface & depth of media. These systems are backwashed when the pressure drops across the media increase.
Cylindrical vessels that are automatically turned on a continuous basis, usually at speed of 1 RPM or less.
Adapted from concrete or feed mixers and cement kilns mix grind and aerate materials to inittiate composting.
compisting starts quicly - partly due to reduced particle size. usually have a very short residence time. can be said to be more physical than biological can be partitioned for more controlled composting
- Composting can be more closely controlled, leading to faster decomposition and more consistent product quality.
- Effects of weather are diminished
- Less manpower is required to operate the system and staff is less exposed to composting material
- Can often be done onsite, saving collection costs
- Less land area is required
- Process air and leachate can be more easily collected and treated
- Public acceptance of facility may be better
- Can accommodate various types and amounts of organic waste (e.g., odorous biosolids & food)