Low cost management strategies

Sexton, Bart
January 1997
BioCycle;Jan1997, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p58
Trade Publication
Describes the composting site in Oneida County, Wisconsin, that processing yard trimmings, fiber cake, and commercial and industrial organics. Launch of residential and school composting programs through the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension; Modifications made on the original plant design to optimize the composting process; Materials processing; Operating challenges; Market development.


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