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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Biomass and organic waste sources like paddy straw, farm stubble, agricultural residue, cattle dung, sugarcane press mud, distillery spent wash, municipal solid waste, sewage treatment plantswaste, etc.
Mayor Benjamin Magalong started his first day in office dealing with uncollected trash after garbage trucks stopped collecting organic waste due to the July 27 shutdown of Baguio's two waste-to-fertilizer machines.
Started in the month of February, the plant is currently treating 5 tonnes of organic waste per day and generating 800 units per day of electricity and around 800 kilograms per day of organic manure.
The lifestyle leading private zoo will be setting up a recycling machine which will recycle all organic waste to produce organic compost for agricultural use.
Abu Dhabi: Emirates Park Zoo and Resort has set up a recycling machine which will recycle organic waste to produce organic compost for agricultural use.
Growthpoint Properties have embarked on an exciting partnership with the Dutch green technology provider Waste Transformers by installing an on-site, anaerobic digester at its N1 City Mall property in Cape Town which uses organic waste to produce green electricity, hot water and fertiliser.
Biogas technology from farming and urban organic waste can be the key factor for the Cyprus energy mix, replacing the imported and polluting fossil fuels.
Summary: The Beirut Municipality and Lebanese waste management firm Ramco launched the first phase of an organic waste and recycling project Friday, to be established across Beirut in the coming weeks.
Use of organic waste for gas production: The project also aims at segregating solid, organic waste such as plastic and aluminum that can be converted into biogas to be used in different sectors and to be processed to produce electricity according to the amount of organic waste available.
Face of this problem, the composting is a technique considered by the Brazilian Solid Waste Policy (PNRS), in its Article 3, section VII, an environmentally suitable way to final destination of organic waste (Brasil, 2010).
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.
Micron Waste Technologies said it has developed a technology that transforms organic waste into clean water that meets municipal effluent discharge standards on site.