Going On Offense Against Odors
Liquefaction of food waste during transport can lead to delivery of odorous materials. Mixing that material upon delivery with amendment or covering it with unscreened compost or wood grindings will help mitigate odor generation. Photo courtesy of Brooks Contractor, Goldston, NC

Proactive management techniques, such as mixing incoming putrescent feedstocks within an hour of receipt at the facility, are effective tools to prevent odors. Part III
Craig Coker
BioCycle June 2012, Vol. 53, No. 6, p. 25

 

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