Organic Waste Shredding
Organic waste refers to the decomposable organic matter in daily waste. There are two major sources of organic waste, garden waste and kitchen waste, including food residues, vegetable roots, vegetable leaves, animal hooves, horns, melon peels, fruit scraps, egg shells, fish scales, egg shells, hair, plant branches, leaves, Weeds, animal carcasses, livestock manure.
Organic waste has the characteristics of perishable, low calorific value, and rich organic matter content. It is difficult to dispose of conventional landfill and incineration. The comprehensive utilization methods include organic fertilizer and fuel oil.