biodegradable waste

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biodegradable waste

in environmental law, any waste that is capable of undergoing anaerobic or aerobic decomposition, such as food and garden waste, and paper and paperboard.
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Tenders are invited for Procurement and installation of 50kg fully automatic organic waste converter machine as per notice inviting tender
The LWMC had inaugurated the said compost plant on November 25, 2016, to transform the organic waste into organic fertilizer at Mehmood Booti, the old dumping site of the company.
The company's patent, which has been assigned US 9,669,431 B2, encompasses the compostable organic waste collection method and materials, including a proprietary product line of compostable bags.
Proximate analysis of organic waste were also done in lab, by following EU standard procedures; these include moisture content, ash content and energy content.
The average office worker produces a loaf of bread's worth of organic waste every day, and in northwestern Ontario, that waste typically goes straight to a landfill.
The idea is to decentralise organic waste reprocessing units with no emission, no burning and no chemical treatment and the machine converts organic waste into useful byproducts," said O.
Mandatory recycling, separation and collection of organic waste needs to be introduced in Cyprus, former Environment Commissioner and lecturer at the Cyprus University of Technology (TEPAK) Charalambos Theopemptou was quoted as saying on Tuesday.
5 million to the Lebanese Environment Ministry for a project related to the management of contaminated solid organic waste.
In an effort to reduce its garbage footprint, the New York City Department of Education has partnered with the Department of Sanitation to launch its Organic Waste Collection Program in the city's schools.
But to work, it needed a 'digester' into which organic waste would be fed, combined with the enzyme and heated to produce the fertiliser.
In the bottle, an unusual strain of bacteria feast on particles of organic waste and produce electricity that is captured by the positive electrode.
By Bonnie James/Deputy News Editor, Gulf Times Qatar residents who have space in their backyard could turn organic waste into compost with a little effort and use it as a natural fertiliser for the home garden, thereby effectively tackling the solid waste disposal issue.