GSC Advanced Research and Reviews, 8(1)
Composting of food processing waste was analyzed as a biological process and an engineered system. The goal is to establish fundamental principles and design criteria that would aid its adoption as waste management practice. Characteristics of the inflow, reactor, and outflow were evaluated. Success of the bioreactor was found to be largely dependent on microbial community structure, physical properties of biodegradable waste (BW), aeration, heat transfer, and time required for maturation. Static piles were the primary focus of this article for cost and energy efficiency.
Hung, Y.-T. ., Holloman, K. ., Paul, H. H. ., & Huhnke, C. R. . (2021). Composting processes for food processing wastes: A review. GSC Advanced Research and Reviews, 8(1), 183–186. https://doi.org/10.30574/gscarr.2021.8.1.0162
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