The composting has become a well-established process for adding value to a large and growing number of organic by-products. The need of the day is the development of innovative engineered treatment processes to stabilize waste, reduce odor and manage nutrients while saving time and space. The composting free technology successfully fulfills all the above-mentioned criteria and produces quality by-products within 3 to 24 hrs, while saving costly labor, reducing wastewater and odor generation.
Composting-free technology combines physical, chemical and biological systems to accomplish economical, fast, efficient, and zero pollution technology. The major marketing benefits is that products of this Composting-free technology can be sold as agricultural applicants, as fertilizer (composting machine), or as animal feed, which will reduce production cost while increasing farmer’s income.
Traditional compost and fast fermentation decompose the organic matters by means of microbes, so the carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) are released during the process. Resulting that a massive loss of carbon in organics (approximately 50%~60%). Carbon dioxide and methane have been proven as the most important factors of the global warming, especially the green-house effect resulted from the methane is about 300 times greater than the carbon dioxide.
The general treatment of litter most of the use of incineration or traditional composting, incineration not only caused air pollution, but also let organic wastes can be used in the material was treated as garbage, rather regrettable. The traditional composting method allows microorganisms to reproduce itself, and it takes 2-3 to 6 months to complete the rot, not only time-consuming and considerable space.
Through enormous application of chemical fertilizer to expedite and increase crops to feed, through enormous application of chemical additives to enhance food flavor and reserve. Through adding chemical reagents to purify drinking water as of environment pollution, we should reconsider the dangers from chemical products.