What is Composting process?
Composting process (in terms of producing organic fertilizer/Compost) points to a process of any kind of biodegradable waste being decomposed by microorganisms under aerobic conditions. The main keys for good composting process are correct humidity temperature and oxygen supply.
Why it is important to compost?
If livestock waste is not processed correctly it can cause environmental problems such as groundwater contamination, emission of bad odor and a huge outbreak of flies. Also, the use of unprocessed manure as a fertilizer could cause problems such as growth of unwanted weed seeds, spread of harmful bacteria such as salmonella and E coli etc..
How to Compost animal waste?
Composting manure can be done manually by using a shovel loader, but it will be a tough job if there is a large amount to be processed in addition, manual composting is not so efficient. By automating the process, it is possible to make the work much simpler and to produce a high-quality organic fertilizer at the same time.
Kohshin Composter is automatically operated using timers and sensors. The operator’s job is only to place the raw materialsat the input side of the machine and to take the final products out at the output side. Therefore, 1 operator can manage multiple machines. In addition, our Composters agitate the manure 1 to 2 times a day, while supplying fresh air to the microorganisms to accelerate the composting process. Efficient processing occurs due to the activity of aerobic microorganisms, which produce heat during decomposition that can increase the temperature to approximately 60-70℃. Maintaining a temperature of 60-70℃ for several minutes to few hours can kill disease-causing pathogens such as salmonella & E-coli and weed seeds. This is one of the reasons why composted products from Kohshin Composter are safe to use.
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