Changes in the chemical and physicochemical properties of the solid fraction of cattle slurry during composting using different aeration strategies.

@article{Cceres2006ChangesIT,
  title={Changes in the chemical and physicochemical properties of the solid fraction of cattle slurry during composting using different aeration strategies.},
  author={Rafaela C{\'a}ceres and Xavier Flotats and Oriol Marf{\`a}},
  journal={Waste management},
  year={2006},
  volume={26 10},
  pages={1081-91}
}
Replacement of peat as a growing medium by a renewable material, such as an organic waste, is an issue of concern since harvesting of peat has a considerable environmental impact and, actually, it is a non-renewable resource. Cattle manure is a readily available organic waste, which means that once it goes through the composting process, it can be used as an alternative to peat, specifically, the solid fraction obtained from mechanical liquid-solid separation of cattle slurry (SF). Studies have… CONTINUE READING

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