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Екологична преценка на съвременни технологии. Преработка на биоразградими отпадъци

Захаринов, Ботьо and Пейчинова, Миглена (2010) Екологична преценка на съвременни технологии. Преработка на биоразградими отпадъци. Почвознание, агрохимия и екология, XLIV (3). pp. 30-36. ISSN 0861-9425

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Abstract

In the countries of the EU and U.S., the biological output of agricultural production increases by 20 percent annually. Biological production is obtained by using organic fertilizers or products deriving from organic waste after their composting or anaerobic fermentation for biogas production and / or soil improver by means of oxalor technology. In OXALOR technology, the organic substrate undergoes physical and chemical tra nsformation with the formation o a stable humified end product. This product is valuable for the agriculture as it is an organic soil improver and resource for improvement of the soil structure. OXALOR technology has significant ecological and agroecological advantages over other technologies analyzed. A significant advantage that makes the technology unique is the short time required for treatment of the waste, the exotermicity of the process during which the pathogenic microorganisms are destroyed and the preservation of 98-100% of the organic matter of the raw material that creates a depot of biogenic chemical elements in the product obtained through OXALOR technology.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:TITLE: Ecological Assessment of Modern Technologies. Processing of Biodegradable waste, AUTHORS: Botio Zaharinov, M. Peichinova
Uncontrolled Keywords:OXALOR technology, organic production, domestic waste, composting, anaerobic fermentation,organic manure, soil, soil improvers, biogenic chemical elements
Subjects:Earth and environmental sciences > Ecology. Environmental preservation
ID Code:1083
Deposited By: доц. д-р Ботьо Захаринов
Deposited On:20 Feb 2012 12:36
Last Modified:07 May 2012 12:34

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