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Compost

Decomposition is the breakdown of organic matter into simpler forms. The process is essential for new growth and development because it recycles the finite matter in an ecosystem. Composting is the purposeful biodegradation of organic matter by microorganisms into carbon dioxide, water and biomass. This is part of a natural cycle which has been optimised by arranging environmental conditions to maximise its usefulness of resulting biomass or compost.

Compost balances soil and makes it healthy by building good soil structure. The benefits of compost building for soil include improved aeration and water retention, improved soil nutrient content for plants, it feeds essential soil bacteria and earthworms, and balances the pH content of soil.

The compost process upcycles organic waste and manures into a useful soil like substance which returns vital organic matter and nutrients for plants back to the soil. Composting engineers the best circumstances for organic waste to decompose quickly and efficiently conserving the most nutrients and mass in the process.

For more information about composting and equipment contact us.

There are many compost makers on the market, we can help you decide what style composter is suitable for you as a compost manufacturer. From a small compost turner to large windrow turners we have superior equipment for any size compost. operation.

 

 

Compost benefits the environment by protecting our drinking water because less soluble nitrates are less likely to be washed in to ground and surface water. Compost protects our fish and shellfish by preventing erosion that sediments waterway which affects their chances of survival. In addition making compost kills most coliform bacteria, viruses and parasites which may cause risk to fish populations and human health. Compost preserves our natural resources used in the manufacture of nitrogen fertilisers by using a natural process to recycle biomass of our ecosystem.

 

Contact us for compost equipment or more information about setting up your own composting operation