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Technologies for obtaining fertilizers from waste for sustainable development

The basis of organic farming from 27 types of waste
Coffee grounds for disinfection of water and soil, preparation of food and medicines, cosmetics and fertilizers
Experts in the field of waste management
  • Shannon Shaw
    Master of Science, Chief Geochemist of Global Water Experts
  • James Brolin
    Chairman of the Board of Directors of Environmental Business Consultants
  • Brian V. Brooks
    Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Environmental Sciences and Biomedical Research; Director of Environmental Health Science at Baylor University
  • Dr. Timothy White
    Senior Lecturer in Product Design at Aston University
  • Dena McMartin
    Deputy Vice President of the University of Regina
  • Professor Sandra Esteves
    Professor of Bioprocess Technology for Resource Recovery and Director of the Wales Centre of Excellence in Anaerobic Digestion at the University of South Wales
Technologies for obtaining fertilizers from waste play an important role in achieving sustainable development and improving soil fertility. In the modern world, more and more people are realizing the need for efficient use of resources and waste recycling, including their use as organic fertilizers for agriculture.

One of the innovative technologies is the basis of organic farming from 27 types of waste. This base consists of various organic waste, such as food residues, plant waste, manure, sawdust and others. These wastes are subjected to special processing and composting, resulting in high-quality organic fertilizer. It is rich in nutrients, microorganisms and humus, which contribute to improving the soil structure and nutrient composition for plants.

One of the interesting sources for obtaining fertilizers is coffee grounds. The processing of coffee grounds allows you to use this waste to create an environmentally friendly fertilizer. Coffee grounds are rich in organic substances, nitrogen, phosphorus and other elements necessary for healthy plant growth. Its use in agriculture helps to improve the structure of the soil, increase its fertility and reduce dependence on chemical fertilizers.

In addition to using fertilizers from waste to increase soil fertility, they can also be used for disinfection of water and soil, preparation of food and medicines, production of cosmetics and even for biogas production. This demonstrates the wide potential and versatility of such technologies, which can have a positive impact on various spheres of human activity.

The use of fertilizers from waste has many advantages. Firstly, they contribute to reducing waste volumes, reducing the negative impact on the environment and ecosystems. Instead of sending waste to landfill or burning it, it can be recycled and used as a valuable resource. This helps to reduce soil, water and air pollution, as well as reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Secondly, fertilizers from waste are environmentally safe and healthy for plants. They do not contain chemical additives and toxic substances that can negatively affect the environment and human health. Thanks to the use of organic fertilizers, the natural balance of microorganisms is preserved in the soil, which contributes to the growth of healthy and resistant plants.

Technologies for obtaining fertilizers from waste also contribute to sustainable development in agriculture. They make it possible to reduce dependence on chemical fertilizers, which leads to improved food quality and preservation of soil fertility for a long time. In addition, the use of fertilizers from waste contributes to economic efficiency for farmers and agricultural enterprises, since they can receive a valuable resource for free or for a nominal fee.

However, the successful implementation of these technologies requires the development of appropriate infrastructures and legal framework, as well as education and public awareness of the benefits and opportunities of using fertilizers from waste. It is also important to conduct scientific research to determine the optimal ways of processing various types of waste and to develop quality standards for fertilizers.
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