RESEARCH FOR PRCESSING CHICKEN CARCASS AND CHICKEN POOP BY FURNANCE HEAT TO PRODUCE ORGANIC FERTILIZER
Keywords:Organic waste treatment, composting method
This research uses the heating furnace to compost chicken carcasses and manure into fertilizer. The study's results have come up with a compact heating furnace and specific heating furnace component parameters for treating chicken manure and chicken carcasses used for compost production. The optimal temperature used in the furnace system, ensuring the thorough treatment of harmful E.coli and Salmonella bacteria in chicken carcasses and manure, is 1500 Celsius degrees. In addition, the research results in a specific process of producing compost with distinct stages from material preparation, heat treatment, sieve, grinding, mixing raw materials to separating and creating manure, and product quality inspection.
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