Co-composting of paper mill sludge and hardwood sawdust under two types of in-vessel processes.

@article{Dinel2004CocompostingOP,
  title={Co-composting of paper mill sludge and hardwood sawdust under two types of in-vessel processes.},
  author={Henri Dinel and Todd Marche and Morris Schnitzer and Th{\'e}ophile Par{\'e} and Pascale Champagne},
  journal={Journal of environmental science and health. Part. B, Pesticides, food contaminants, and agricultural wastes},
  year={2004},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={139-51}
}
Recycling of organic residues by composting is becoming an acceptable practice in our society. Co-composting dewatered paper mill sludge (PMS) and hardwood sawdust, two readily available materials in Canada, was investigated using uncontrolled and controlled in-vessel processes. The composted materials were characterized for total C and N, water-soluble… CONTINUE READING