5 edition of Utilization & Recycle Agricultrl found in the catalog.
December 16, 1980 by CRC Press Inc .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||298|
Agricultural operations can generate a lot of wastes that are organic and compostable. Leftover plant parts after harvest, bedding materials and animal manure, unmarketable or damaged crops, you name it! Most of that isn’t accepted in your green yard waste bin, but you can still recycle it. Contact the companies listed below to confirm that. This book reports research on the utilization of organic waste through composting and vermicomposting, biogas production, recovery of waste materials, and the chemistry involved in the processing of organic waste under various processing aspects. A few chapters on collection systems and disposal of wastes have also been by: The following information can help you determine the best ways to reduce, recycle or dispose of common household products that may contain hazardous ingredients. Reduce. Consider reducing your purchase of products that contain hazardous ingredients. If you are not sure what you can recycle, we can do a free Waste Audit for you. Would you like to book a Free Waste Audit? Yes No. Date. Time. Business / Residential Address. This is the address you need recycling services for. Additional Info/Instructions. Submit. powered by PlanSo Forms.
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