Aerobic processing of organic waste into composts

Neklyudov, A. D.; Fedotov, G. N.; Ivankin, A. N.
July 2006
Applied Biochemistry & Microbiology;Jul2006, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p341
Academic Journal
The current achievements in the field of aerobic waste processing into composts are reviewed, with an emphasis on amelioration of the environment and targeted use for intensification of agriculture. The methods for obtaining microbiological transformation products of household, agricultural, and industrial waste and their characteristics are analyzed.


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