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- Design of experimental composting of animal carcasses in universitary unit of treatment aimed a correct final disposition and soil improve
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- For many years, composting has been used as a result of the recycling of organic matter. There is significative animal carcasses accumulation from teaching and researching activities of the university veterinary hospital. Every year, Unesp University needs to dispose correctly about 180 tones of this waste and the composting seemed to be the most sustainable alternative. Piles of animal carcasses were prepared using peanut hulls and tree pruning as bulking agent and water to the first phase of this process. The extracts pH values no impediments for offering germination and indicated a good addition to the soil management. The germination index showed no impediment to the seeds germination on any type of compost and the extracts concentrations not influenced this biological process. No parameters studied assigns risks of contamination of carcasses for the compost development in Unesp according to the proposed design. © 2013 Taylor & Francis Group.
- Green Design, Materials and Manufacturing Processes - Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing, SIM 2013, p. 413-416.
- Animal carcass
- Biological process
- Bulking agents
- Germination index
- Peanut hull
- Soil management
- Tree pruning
- Veterinary hospitals
- Waste treatment
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