A researcher at the University of California Davis working in cooperation with an outside collaborator have developed a multi-stage process and system for treating organic waste materials. This process produces a high-quality compost derived from food waste and other organic materials while avoiding the environmental problems of traditional composting methods such as emissions of odors volatile organic compounds and other noxious gases.
Background: Traditionally landfills have been a common method of waste disposal. Unfortunately landfills produce large amounts of hazardous gasses and tend to pollute underground water supplies surface streams and wells. Furthermore due to the slow stabilization of waste landfills may not be used for other purposes for long periods of time and are thus a large waste of land particularly in metropolitan areas. Other approaches to waste disposal use anaerobic digestion of organic waste. Current methods of anaerobic digestion involve pumping liquid between bioreactors.
MEGAECOFIRE ( Rubbish turned into clean fuel) is the commercial name of the ecofriendly coal coming from organic and biodegradable wastes like plantain and banana peel maize leaves and peduncle sugar cane residue Peanut shell Grapefruit peelWatermelon peel Apple core and peel Orange peel Tea residue Potato peel Soybean residue Cotton residue palm husks rice husks grasses and others organic and biodegradable waste comprised agricultural waste.