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Definition of composting
Composting is simply the process of breaking down the organic waste materials with the help of air, water, microbes and small insects. Decomposing the food waste in our homes provide us with high quality manure known as compost, that can be used as a part of upgrading the soil quality for gardening and farming.
The process of composting
Composting the organic matter in our households conventionally involves 3 simple steps- segregation, layering, and mixing. After segregating the waste materials, we layer the organic matter of wet and dry waste alternatively and layer them with soil in a bin or pit. Then we leave them for a few days. You will obtain the compost in a dry and crumbly form that can be fed to the gardens.
With emerging innovations and great technological advancements, waste composting machines like VNS Enviro’s “Elegant” are tailor made for your household composting process. With the conventional process gobbling up more amount of time, composting machines lend its helping hands. The only step you have to do is “load” these machines with the organic matter and the rest will be taken care by the instrument and gives you the high quality of compost!
Advantages of composting organic wastes
The process of decomposition helps in conserving soil and water from getting polluted and increases the groundwater quality. It prevents the emission of odour from the waste bulks and drastically reduces the need for pesticides and fertilizers.
Added to these applications, using composting machines will also generate leachate water for watering your plants and garden or farm.
This cycle of breaking down the organic matter of “our homes” and generating compost “for our homes” is an environmentally friendly process. Composting machines make this process easier!
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