Odor in Commercial Scale Compost: Literature Review and Critical Analysis
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|Author(s)||Ma, Jingwei, et al|
|Description||Managing residual organics in cities has been a major sustainability challenge of every historical civilization, with negative impacts ranging from nuisance odors and inefficient resource use to serious human health and environmental consequences. In spite of the technological progress achieved in recent decades, managing organic residuals remains a significant challenge, particularly as more programs have been established to recycle highly biodegradable food scraps.|
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|Keywords||composting, Composting Operation, Composting Facility, Biochar, odor, literature review, biomass, compost facility|
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