Controlled Composting of Paper Pulp Sludge Using the Aerated Static Pile Method

@inproceedings{Sesay1997ControlledCO,
  title={Controlled Composting of Paper Pulp Sludge Using the Aerated Static Pile Method},
  author={Abdul A. Sesay and Katia Lasaridi and Ed I. Stentiford and Tim Budd},
  year={1997}
}
The UK paper industry is searching for alternatives to landfilling for the 700,000 tonnes of sludge that is produced every year. This project examines the feasibility of composting paper pulp sludge using the, relatively low cost, aerated static pile method. Recycled paper sludge from the de-inking plants and primary and secondary sludge from the wastewater treatment, mixed with chicken manure and green waste at an 8:2:1 volume ratio, were composted in two 2.2m × 1.5m × 5m piles. The raw… CONTINUE READING

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