Organic wastes are materials originating from living sources like plants, animals, and microorganisms that are biodegradable and can be broken down into simpler organic molecules. Organic wastes produced in nature by various means can exist either in a solid-state or liquid state. Solid organic waste is primarily understood as organic-biodegradable waste, and it contains about 80-85% moisture content. The most common sources of organic wastes include agriculture, household activities, and industrial products. Green waste like food wastes, food-soiled paper, non-hazardous wood waste, landscape waste, and pruning wastes are some of the examples of biodegradable or organic wastes. Even though most of the organic wastes in the soil add up nutrients and minerals for soil fertility and plant growth, inappropriate disposal practices might cause severe damage to the environment. This course will help you to get detailed information about organic waste management. So what are you waiting for? Enroll now & for more details about the course, please visit https://www.iid.org.in/
Organic waste, Recycling, Waste management
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