Agroecologic valuation of organic waste in different technologies of storage

Zaharinov, Botio and Shindarska, Z. and Marinova-Garvanska, S. M. and Kirov, V. and Baykov, Bayko (2013) Agroecologic valuation of organic waste in different technologies of storage. In: Proceedings on the International Conference on Geoethics. Association of Geoscientists for International Development, Pribram. ISBN 9788090499348

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A study has been conducted, based on three types of fertilizers / cow, pig and bird manure/ and bioshlam /received from clearing station/ that have been storage in different technologies in order to make an agroecologic valuation. The different types of fertilizers and wastewater in different technologies of storage have been analyzed according to the following parameters: Dry matter (DM) ,Organic matter (OM), Organic Carbon (OC), Nitrogen Kjeldahl (N), Nitrogen Ammonium (N -ammonium), Nitrogen nitrate (N- nitrate), Sulfates (SO4) , Calcium Oxide (CaO), Magnesium Oxide (MgO), Patassium (K), P (Phosphorus), pH (H2O) and heavy metals – arsenic (As), Cadmium (Cd), Chromium (Cr), Copper (Cu), Mercury (Hg), Nickel (Ni), Lead (Pd), Zinc (Zn). The received results show: variation of the percentage of dry material /from 92,12% to 4,03%/ according to the technology of storage. The way of storage has no essential influence on the content of carbon in the various stable fertilizers, where pig manure has the highest value of nitrogen in all technologies of storage. Near to the recommendable optimal values of C:N is stayed/dry/ and fresh/hard/ in all three fertilizer types. The technology of storage by the different manure types has no influence on the content of heavy metal. Exception can be observed as far as the zinc content in stale /fluid/ pig manure is concerned. High content of dry material can be observed in bioshlam received from clearing station. In both ways of production of variation in the content of dry material the ratio between the biogenic macro elements C:N remains. The free nitrogen forms (N-ammonium and Nnitrate) in bioshlam are higher to other organic waste in both technologies of storage. No values over the critically admissible in bioshlam are observed in both technologies of production.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:cow manure (fertilizer), Pig manure, Bird manure, Technology for storage, agri- environmental indicators (assessment), waste water treatment plan, bioshlam
Subjects:Earth and environmental sciences > Biology
Earth and environmental sciences > Ecology. Environmental preservation
ID Code:2164
Deposited By: доц. д-р Ботьо Захаринов
Deposited On:23 Apr 2014 15:31
Last Modified:24 Apr 2014 06:26

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