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Emissions of Greenhouse and Enviromental Relevant Gases by the Decomposition of Organic Waste from Households

Publication Date Jan 1, 1996

Abstract

Composting is an aerob process. Aerob microorganismens need at least an oxygen-concentration of 3 Vol.–% to take part on the degradation of organic matter. If the oxygen-concentration is getting too low, anaerobic organismens become dominant. They produce oder and greenhouse gases. To avoid this effect all instruments must be used to increae the O2–concentration in the plant.

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Greenhouse Gases Decomposition Of Organic Waste Degradation Of Organic Matter Emissions Of Greenhouse Decomposition Of Waste Degradation Of Matter Emissions Of Greenhouse Gases Emissions Of Gases Relevant Gases O2 Concentration

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