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Proposal of a composting model to predict and manage gaseous emissions and quality of compost

Abstract : Composting is commonly used to treat solid organic residues and to recycle them as a soil improver or as an organic fertilizer for agricultural soils. An environmental limit of the composting process is linked to the gaseous emissions (GHG and NH3) released by this biological treatment. The objective of this study was to propose a numerical model predicting gaseous emissions and the final compost quality in order to optimize composting management practices.
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J Denes, S. Menasseri Aubry, S. Gasco, A. Trémier. Proposal of a composting model to predict and manage gaseous emissions and quality of compost. 16th International Conference: Rural-Urban Symbiosis, RAMIRAN 2015, Sep 2015, Hamburg, Germany. pp.4. ⟨hal-02602461⟩

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