Composting Criteria Covering a Wide Range of Applications includes
livestock, fish/poultry waste and residuals, wood waste, yard
waste, industrial biomass, municipal solid waste, mixed paper,
kitchen and garden waste, commercial organic waste, brewery and
other biosolids, sludges, mushroom production and vermicompost.
product that has gone through microbial degradation of readily
available organic matter resulting in a stabilized material
suitable for distribution in the environment without causing
Improving compost stability and quality
Control Laboratory works with consultants and waste generators
to determine the appropriate alternatives to landfill. Testing
for chemical and physical characteristics, the company can determine
a by-products suitability for use as a compost feedstock.
Tests cover the amount of such constituents as carbon, nitrogen,
moisture, nutrients, toxins, and metals that are present. From
this, an optimum composting formulation is realized which is then
monitored with suitable adjustments made during the composting
process to maximize stability.