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Collation of Existing Information on the Composting of Mechanically Separated Fractions of Municipal Solid Waste

Over recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in composting of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). A large amount of source segregated wastes are now composted across Europe, and the compost is used routinely by many users from domestic users to commercial users.

Source segregation leaves behind residual organic materials. Composting combined with mechanical separation processes may provide a means of recovering lower grade composts and other recyclates both from the residual wastes, and from general waste collections, where for economic, social or other reasons composting of source segregated materials is not carried out. This combination of mechanical

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