Composting: Past and Present

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) poses a difficult and complex problem for society

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) poses a difficult and complex   problem for society.  Some of the difficulties arise because the MSW stream is quantitatively large and qualitatively   heterogeneous, reflecting the myriad consumer products manufactured in modern industrial society.  Inconveniently,   MSW is largely generated in densely populated areas where its   management is most constrained.  Thus the problem cuts across   a very wide range of human activities and interests.  At the same time, MSW represents a uniquely familiar environmental   problem, in that everyone contributes to it palpably in the course of daily living. (Finstein 1992)

The application of composting to municipal solid wastes in mechanised treatment

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