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  1. Manasi Manasi says:

    This article is so informative. i need to know about the things which are not used in the anaerobic fermentation

  2. Frank Frank says:

    I have a green bin that has been sitting full of kitchen scraps for over two years on my back porch (it’s not air tight). Can this just be dumped onto my garden compost pile and mixed in, along with a suitable amount of carbon/brown material?

      • Frank Frank says:

        Thanks, I was concerned either that the microbes from each composting method are not compatible with each other, and the garden compost would lose its beneficial qualities, or that the anaerobic compost might have pathogens that would be introduced into the garden compost. I gather that neither of these are issues I need be concerned about. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • ugyen ugyen says:

        how much heat is produced by anaerobic digestion? is there any calculation methods for the heat generated by bacterial activities?

  3. Safya Safya says:

    Does anaerobic composting produce methane and harmful leachate?

    • The emitting of gases depends on the organic matter and microorganisms present in the Anaerobic digestion process. If biogas is created then methane and carbon dioxide will be produced. The escape of leachate will depend on the impermeability of the container, bin, pit or barrel used for the composting process

  4. Olivia Lewis Olivia Lewis says:

    This article is so informative. Anaerobic Composting is more popular in large scale composting facilities. commercial composting equipment such as compost turner is needed to turn the windrow piles periodically.

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