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Composting agent for municipal waste SUKAAgri C1009/M
Composting agent for municipal waste SUKAAgri C1009/M

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Composting agent for municipal waste used for ferment fertilizer.


                                                     SUKAAgri C1009/M

                                      Composting agent for municipal waste

SUKAAgri C1009/M is a microbial-based product containing a highly concentrated blend of non-pathogenic autotrophic beneficial organisms and multi-enzyme producing microorganisms that utilize various carbohydrates and active digestive enzymes to degrade the organic matter present in wastes from municipal sources. The microorganisms in the product utilize active digestive enzymes to degrade the organic matter and various carbohydrates present in the composting material. The concentrated solution is used to supplement the inherent culture during composting and enhance the decomposition of organic matter for the degradation of proteins, cellulose and starches present in municipal solid wastes.
Aerobic and facultative microorganisms in SUKAAgri C1009/M have biodegradative abilities which allow them to grow and degrade organic substances under aerobic as well as anaerobic conditions. The beneficial organisms and multi-enzyme producing microorganisms in the product rapidly degrade various carbohydrates and other organic matter present in the waste. The product also contains enzymes of high activities that aid in the digestion of complex carbohydrates and complex materials from municipal sources for subsequent conversion into molecules that can be utilized by different microorganisms for metabolism.
The organic materials in municipal wastes from residential and public institutions are broken down through a combination of biological and chemical processes. Biological agents like worms, insects, fungi, bacteria and other micro-organisms "chew up" the materials into simpler compounds to make an earthy, dark, crumbly substance that is excellent for adding to plants or enriching agricultural soil.
Compost is made by billions of microbes (fungi, bacteria, etc.) that digest the agricultural, industrial and municipal wastes that are provided. All of these will slowly make compost out of the different wastes under any conditions. The products of digestion are further transformed by oxidation (exposure to air), reduction and hydrolysis (exposure to water).
Most composting processes are started by mesophiles (medium temperature loving organisms) at mesophilic temperatures. The thermophiles (high temperature loving organisms) increase the temperature of the compost file into the thermophilic range thereby creating a considerable amount of heat during the decomposition process and essentially "cooking" the compost. Temperatures between 90 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit are common in properly maintained compost piles. These high temperatures are necessary for rapid composting as well as for destroying weed seeds, insect larvae, and potentially harmful bacteria and disease causing organisms that could be detrimental to the plants.
Supplementation of the indigenous composting population with scientifically blended concentrations of selected, adapted, cultured and improved bacterial and fungal strains will increase the decomposition time and efficiency. These cultures are selected for better survival, faster exponential increase in population, enzyme production and organic waste degradation that will enhance the decomposting process of organic matter in compost production.
The standard concept for the decomposting of lignocellulosic biomass starts with opening the fiber structure to make the sugar fractions available for metabolic action by different organisms. Microbes utilize enzymes like cellulase, xylanase, proteases, ?-amylase and lignindegrading enzymes to release sugars from cellulose, hemicellulose, starch, proteinaceous materials and other carbohydrates in the compost pile. Enhanced growth of desired microbial cultures in the composting heap will prevent the increase of undesirable microorganisms and vertebrates that produce undesirable odor, appearance and potentially pathogenic characteristics.
1. reduces the organic waste material destined for landfills
2. provides a useful way of reclaiming nutrients from organic refuse
3. one of nature's best mulches and soil amendments
4. supplement for commercial fertilizers
5. compost is cheap
6. compost improves soil structure, texture, and aeration and increases the soil's water-holding
7. compost loosens clay soils and helps sandy soils retain water
8. compost addition improves soil fertility and stimulates healthy root development in plants
9. the organic matter in compost provides food for microorganisms, which keeps the soil in a healthy, balanced condition
10. nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus will be produced naturally by the feeding of microorganisms, so few soil amendments will need to be added
11. saves valuable landfill space and possible contamination of land and water due to landfill 'leachate'
12. can be used as fertiliser on farmland or in the garden
1. The composting process uses beneficial microorganisms and higher animal life to decompose organic matter in industrial, municipal and agricultural materials.
2. The organic portion of solid waste can also be biologically degraded by composting, the process by which organic solid waste of mixed composition is digested by aerobic (air loving), mesophilic (medium-temperature requiring) and thermophilic (high-temperature requiring) microorganisms.
3. Composting is a microbial process that converts organic waste material into a stable, sanitary, humus-like product that can be used for the improvement of soil composition.
4. Supplementation of the inherent microbial populations with high concentrations of selected, adapted, cultured and improved microbial strains will enhance the decomposition process. Beneficial microorganisms with better survival ability, faster increase in bacterial population, high enzyme production will enhance the decomposition of organic matter.
Bacterial Count:  1 billion CFU/gram Appearance: Liquid:    Light brown colored liquid
Powder:   Cream to light brown, free flowing powder Odor:    Slight fermentation odor
Effective pH range: 6.5 - 8.0 DOSAGE: 0.1% inclusion. 1 kg product per ton composting material
1. Weigh 1.0 kg of the product and add to 1 ton of the composting material.
2. Mix well using a suitable mixing equipment and compost for 7 days.
1. 25kg/drum 2. Alternative packaging is available upon request for smaller or larger volumes.
Store in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight. SUKAAgri 1009/M maintains its activity for considerably longer time when stored at lower temperatures (below 25°C). The product should not be frozen.

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