Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Organic Waste Recycling Technology and Management (3rd Edition)

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As the world population is projected to increase from the current number of 6 billions to 9 billions in the year 2050, the amount of organic wastes generated from human, animal and agricultural activities would also increase, causing more pollution problems to the environment. The Millennium Development Goals call for actions on environmental protection, sustainable development and poverty alleviation. Despite a lot of efforts from the national and international agencies, waste treatment alone will not be able to respond effectively to the challenges.

The book presents new concept and strategy of waste management which combines technologies of waste treatment and recycling and emphasizing the benefits to be gained from use of the recycled products. These technologies such as composting, fermentation, algal photosynthesis, and natural treatment systems are cost-effective, bring economic returns and are applicable to most countries, in particular those located in the tropical areas. They are considered as sustainable technologies which, if properly applied, should be an effective tool in responding to the Millennium Development Goals.

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1. Introduction
2. Characteristics of organic wastes
3. Composting
4. Biofuel production
5. Algae production
6. Fish production
7. Aquatic weeds and their utilization
8. Land treatment of wastewater
9. Land treatment of sludge
10. Management of organic waste recycling program

Author Details
"Chongrak Polprasert"

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