CONSIDERATIONS CONCERNING THE COMPOSTING OF ORGANIC WASTE

Authors

  • I. VOICEA
  • V. VLĂDUŢ
  • M. MATACHE
  • D. DUMITRU
  • S. ISTICIOAIA
  • E. TROTUŞ
  • V. ARSENOAIA

Abstract

Compost means a product obtained by an aerobic, thermophilic, decomposition process and microbial synthesis of the organic substances in the residual products, which contains over 25% relatively stable humus predominantly composed of microbial biomass and which is subsequently subjected to a slight decomposition. stable enough not to reheat or cause problems with smell or breeding of insects and has the ratio C: N = 10-15 Regardless of its origin and nature, organic matter, depending on the conditions of aeration and humidity, evolves towards a new qualitative state, relatively stable to biodegradation, characterized by a humus-likeC:Nratio.  

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2020-03-02

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Working Group 4: Management, agriculture mechanization and cadastre