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Title: Reduction of environmental pollution during biofermentation of solid and liquid waste of animal enterprises
Authors: Varpikhovskyi R. L., Boyko A. I.
Keywords: disposal, waste, composting, anaerobic fermentation, manure, additives, biogas
Date of publication: 2021-02-18 15:20:52
Last changes: 2021-02-18 15:20:52
Year of publication: 2021
Summary: Solid waste processing of livestock enterprises takes place under different types of composting. During composting, the nutrients of waste and desiccants become more accessible to plants, and the resulting product - organic good is safe for the environment. It is established that the process of preparation and maturation of composts proceeds with a significant increase in biomass temperature. The latter contributes to the death of eggs and larvae of helminths and pathogenic bacteria. The course of biofermentation processes during compost maturation is influenced by the content of fats, waxes, resins, as well as substances with a significant amount of wood, which are difficult to decompose. Animal excrement, manure, household waste, garbage, manure and sludge are used to prepare compost. Compost usually consists of two components that are resistant to microorganisms. Thus, manure, manure, feces and urine contain a significant amount of easily soluble nitrogenous organic compounds, and peat, straw, debris are able to absorb moisture, ammonia, which helps reduce their losses during the decomposition of organic matter.
Publication type: Статті у зарубіжних наукових фахових виданнях (Copernicus та інші)
Publication: Journal East European Scientific. Russia: Moscow, 2021. № 1 (65), part 2. Р. 41-50.
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