Quantification of greenhouse gas emissions from windrow composting of garden waste.

@article{Andersen2010QuantificationOG,
  title={Quantification of greenhouse gas emissions from windrow composting of garden waste.},
  author={Jacob Kragh Andersen and Alessio Boldrin and Jerker Samuelsson and Thomas H. Christensen and Charlotte Scheutz},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2010},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={
          713-24
        }
}
Microbial degradation of organic wastes entails the production of various gases such as carbon dioxide (CO(2)), methane (CH(4)), nitrous oxide (N(2)O), and carbon monoxide (CO). Some of these gases are classified as greenhouse gases (GHGs), thus contributing to climate change. A study was performed to evaluate three methods for quantifying GHG emissions from central composting of garden waste. Two small-scale methods were used at a windrow composting facility: a static flux chamber method and a… CONTINUE READING

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