A researcher at the University of California, Davis has developed a method for treating organic waste materials.
A researcher at the University of California, Davis has 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. The combination of anaerobic hydrolysis, anaerobic digestion, and aerobic composting yields biogas as fuel and a stable organic material usable as a soil amendment.
|United States Of America||Issued Patent||7,015,028||03/21/2006||2006-240|