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Open aerobic composting occurs under moist, oxygen rich (aerobic) conditions where complex organic molecules are broken down by microorganisms that release nutrients and energy contained in the waste. As the name itself suggests, open composting is carried out in open windows or open static piles where the controlled biological decomposition and pasteurisation of organic materials under aerobic conditions takes place. .
Enclosed composting uses the same process of aerobic decomposition of organic matter by bacteria and other microorganisms as done in open composting. It is also known as 'In-Vessel Composting' and while it is mostly undertaken on a small scale in local communities, but it can also operate on a large scale for municipal level where the waste produces many tonnes of cured compost per day depending on the system in use.
Vermicomposting is the process of breaking down the organic material that involves the joint action of earthworms and microorganisms and does not involve a high heating stage. As the agents of turning, fragmentation and aeration, the worms consume organic wastes such as food waste, animal wastes and sewage sludge to produce a soil conditioner. Vermicomposting is widely used at a small scale level like in backyard composting and in schools and offices. These technologies are however now being developed at a commercial scale for processing sewage sludge/biosolids and animal wastes.
Anaerobic digestion is the breaking down of organic materials either occurring naturally or under controlled conditions in the absence of oxygen. The carbon content of the material is released as methane or biogas rather than carbon dioxide. Anaerobic digestion converts organics into methane, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, other gases and water. A solid soil conditioner, a liquid soil conditioner which can be used as agricultural fertiliser and biogas, which may be used for energy generation are some by-products of anaerobic digestion process.
Pyrolysis is the process that involves thermal decomposition of organic material in a low or no oxygen environment. Pyrolysis generates three main products; char, oil and gas in varying ratios depending upon the types and quantity of the waste materials fed into the pyrolysis reactor and process conditions. Gasification is the process where steam is brought into use to react with most of the char, tar and volatile gas resulting from pyrolysis which are then converted into a more useful combustible gas, with or without air. The two terms are often used in tandem, since there are many Pyrolysis/Gasification technologies which apply the two processes in series.
Living a green life is a great way to improve upon a living style in order to make it healthy and conducive towards properly contributing to the environment. Living a green life is an active sign showing that a person is contributing to the environment and thus spreading awareness about an all-encompassing and important issue that affects everyone on earth. Using Kelvin’s Organic Waste Composter (OWC) machine is a step that encourages towards living a green life.
The organic wastes are composed of wastes of a biological origin such as paper and cardboard, food, garden waste, animal waste, biosolids and sludges. Organic waste is usually generated as a component of most waste streams. There are wo common misconceptions that needs to be understood in organic waste. Firstly, the term generally does not include plastics or rubber even though to an organic chemist, these polymers are certainly organic. Secondly, putrescible wastes, such as food scraps, tend to biodegrade very rapidly whereas some other organic wastes, for instance paper, tend to require lengthy times or special conditions to biodegrade.
Ans. A compost machine is a compost bin that uses power to accelerate the natural composting process. Because of the energy consumption, finished results can take anywhere from a few hours to a week, depending on the machine.
Ans. Compost machines often contain an inbuilt shredder, mixing basin, heating chamber, and other components that work together to speed up the decomposition process.
Ans. Yes, we are one of the most prominent compost machine manufacturers in the Delhi NCR region. We have many production units in various locations, including Delhi NCR, Noida, and Gurgaon, India.
Ans. There is no distinction between an organic waste converter machine and an organic waste composter machine because both serve the same purpose.
Ans. You can convert organic waste into compost by using an organic waste converter machine or composting machine, adding some bio culture, and following the right curing process.