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Editors: Joseph C. Pereira and John L. Bolin
Book Description:
Composting is the aerobic decomposition of biodegradable organic matter, producing compost. Compost products can be used as a high quality and hygienically safe fertilizer. Composting can be divided into home composting and industrial composting. Essentially the same biological processes are involved in both scales of composting, however techniques and different factors must be taken into account. This new book provides a short historic survey of composting which has been performed since the beginning of agriculture and horticulture as it can be operated with marginal technical equipment. This book also presents new methodologies including the use of earthworms in agroecosystems and ways to address problems that occur in a composting reactor that can be solved by a better understanding of the microbial community.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. Resource Recovery by Composting – Materials, Techniques, Quality Assessment; pp. 1-30
(E. Smidt, K. Meissl, J. Tintner and E. Binner, Institute of Waste Management, Department of Water, Atmosphere and Environment, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria)

Chapter 2. Compost Evaluation and Utilization; pp. 31-68
(Antonis A. Zorpas, Chemical Engineer and Environmental Engineer
Institute of Environmental Technology and Sustainable Development, Paralimni, Cyprus)

Chapter 3. Succession and Phylogenetic Composition of Microbial Communities Responsible for the Composting process of Rice Straw; pp. 69-112
(Vita Ratri Cahyani, Makoto Kimura, Faculty of Agriculture, Sebelas Maret University, Jl Ir Sutami, Indonesia, and others.)

Chapter 4. The Effect of Composting on the Survival of Parasitic Ge; pp. 113-154
(Ingrid Papajová, Peter Juriš, Parasitological Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Hlinkova, Košice, Slovak Republic)

Chapter 5. Pedofauna Biodiversity and Soil Indicators Low Inputs of In Situ Produced Compost; pp. 155-176
(D. López-Hernández, D, Y. Araujo, A.Y. López-Contreras, C. Hernández, I. Hernández-Valencia—Universidad Central de Venezuela. Instituto de Zoología Tropical. Laboratorio de Estudios Ambientales, Venezuela, and others.)

Chapter 6. Analysis of the bacterial community and its succession in the compost by using molecular biological methods, 16S rRNA gene clone analysis and denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis analysis; pp. 177-186
(Keiko Watanabe and Norio Kurosawa—Department of Environmental Engineering for Symbiosis, Faculty of Engineering, Soka University.
Tokyo, Japan)

Chapter 7. Effect of continuous compost application on carbon and nitrogen contents of whole soils and their particle size fractions in a field subjected to mainly double cropping; pp. 187-198
(Maiko Tanaka and Haruo Shindo—Faculty of Agriculture, Yamaguchi University, Yamaguchi, Japan)

Chapter 8. Biotic Landfill Ch4 Emission Abatement Using Bio-Waste Compost as a Landfill Cover; pp. 199-224
(M. Chapman, Imperial College London, UK, B. Antizar-Ladislao, Department of Water and Environment Science and Technology, University of Cantabria, Spain*

Chapter 9. Composting Approaches of Contaminated Soils and Waste; pp. 225-268
(Antizar-Ladislao B., Univ. of Cantabria, Dept. of Chemical Engineering and Inorganic Chemistry, Cantabria, Spain, N. J. Russell, Imperial Coll. London, Wye Campus, Kent, UK)**

Chapter 10. Lignocellulolytic Microorganisms from a Composting Habitat: Current and Future Prospects; pp. 269-294
(M. C. Vargas-Garcia, M. J. Lopez, F. Suarez-Estrella, J. Moreno (Dept. de Biologia Aplicada, Univ. de Almeria, Almeria, Spain))***

Index

   Series:
      Waste and Waste Management
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   Pages: 7x10, 316 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-438-4
   Status: AV
  
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