The possibility of using composts with the addition of polymer materials to increase the content of organic matter in soil
Monika Mierzwa-Hersztek , Krzysztof Gondek , Michał Kopeć , Florian Gambuś
AbstractThe progressing degradation of the natural environment taking place over the last few decades and resulting from the systematically growing amount of generated waste, including polymer materials, led to the search for technological innovations aimed at producing environmentally friendly materials. Inability to degrade synthetic polymers and the problem of their persistence in the environment even for hundreds of years caused the production of polymer materials with the addition of components that may accelerate their degradation more and more important. Composting is one of the methods that can be widely used in decomposing polymer materials with the addition of a biocomponent. Composts produced from biodegradable wastes with the addition of polymer materials, due to their high content of organic matter and nutrients, can be widely used in the reclamation of degraded and devastated land.
|Other language title versions||Možnost použití kompostů s přídavkem polymerních materiálů ke zvýšení obsahu organických látek v půdě|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Book||Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Reasonable Use of Fertilizers dedicated to the importance and the role of organic matter in soil, 2019, Czech University of Life Science Prague , Department of Agro-Environmental Chemistry and Plant Nutrition, ISBN 978-80-213-2983-6, 108 p.|
|Keywords in English||polymer materials; corn starch; soil organic matter; compost|
|Finansowanie||The Research was financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Repubic od Poland. The research was realized within the framework of the BIOMASA project (POIG 01.01.02-10-123/09), partially financed by the European Union within the Eruopean Regional Development Fund.|
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