Green Belt Waste Management

Organic solid wastes generated by the industrial green belt are often indiscriminately disposed on open land. There are significant losses of nutrients if the waste is burned. It is estimated that if this waste is managed in a scientific manner, it can be a source of plant nutrients and would also improve soil health and green belt productivity.

Thus, sound technology is required for recycling organic wastes available from green belt, which is economically viable and eco-friendly. Composting is a microbiological and non-polluting safe method for disposal and recycling of green belt waste by converting them into organic fertilizer. During composting, mixed microbial populations convert organic wastes into a mulch, which has significant value as manure.

Concept Biotech has been managing green belt waste using cow dung and microbial culture in the industrial premises for many years.