What is Composting?

Composting is nature's way of recycling. Composting biodegrades organic waste. i.e. food waste, manure, leaves, grass trimmings, paper, wood, feathers,crop residue etc., and turns it into a valuable organic fertilizer.

Composting is a natural biological process, carried out under controlled aerobic conditions (requires oxygen). In this process, various microorganisms, including bacteria and fungi, break down organic matter into simpler substances. The effectiveness of the composting process is dependent upon the environmental conditions present within the composting system i.e. oxygen, temperature, moisture, material disturbance, organic matter and the size and activity of microbial populations.

Composting Basics:-

  1. Feedstock & Nutrient balance
  2. Particle Size
  3. Moisture Level
  4. Oxygen Flow
  5. Temperature

Compostable Organic Waste / Non-Compostable Waste Material

Fruits or Fruit peels
Meal Leftovers
Poultry,Fish & Meat
Egg & Crab Shall
Bakery Food
Garden Waste
Fast Food
Rubber,Metal & Glass
Cigarettes & Batteries
Big Bones
Plastic Bags,Cloth
Hard & Iron Objects
Coconut Shells & Tree Branches
Any Inorganic Meterial

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