Co-composting of chitinous materials and oil palm wastes to improve quality of empty fruit bunch (EFB) compost as an organic fertilizer
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Raw shrimp shells are selected as an alternate nitrogen supplement to improve the quality of empty fruit bunch (EFB) compost as an organic fertilizer. The composting of EFB and raw shrimp shells with POME was performed in laboratory scale at three different temperatures. Better characteristics and quality of EFB compost was obtained at 40°C. An empirical model was developed to represent relationship between nitrogen content of EFB compost and respective process variables
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Effect of Isolated Mesophilic Bacterial Consortium on the Composting Process of Pressed–Shredded Empty Oil Palm Fruit BunchLai, Jia; Chua, Han; Saptoro, Agus; Ang, Ha Ming (2013)Empty fruit bunch (EFB) is one of the main solid wastes generated from palm oil mills. Incineration and mulching have been employed traditionally to process EFB. This method of waste treatment becomes a great concern since ...
Effect of isolated mesophilic bacterial consortium on pressed-shredded empty fruit bunch composting processLai, Jia; Chua, Han; Saptoro, Agus; Ang, Ming (2012)Empty fruit bunch (EFB) is one of the main solid wastes generated from palm-oil mills.Incineration and mulching have been employed traditionally to process EFB. This methodof waste treatment becomes a great concern since ...
Sim, Vivienne Jie Wei (2015)Composting is a biochemical process, highly dependent on temperature and aeration rate. This research aims at studying the mineral dynamics, developing an empirical model and optimising the composting of EFB. Mineralisation ...