A Study on the Utilization of Industrial Solid Organic Wastes (I). The Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Industrial Solid Wastes with Regard to Fertilizer Value and Humus Sources

산업 고형유기폐물의 자원화에 관한 연구 (제1보) 산업 고형유기폐물의 비료와 Humus 원으로서의 물리적 및 화학적 특성에 관하여

  • Park Nae Joung (Departmento of Chemical Engineering, Hong Ik University) ;
  • Kim, Yong In (Departmento of Chemical Engineering, Hong Ik University)
  • 박내정 (홍익대학교 이공대학 화학공학과) ;
  • 김용인 (홍익대학교 이공대학 화학공학과)
  • Published : 1975.08.30


The physical and chemical characteristics of solid organic wastes from paper and pulp industries, tanneries, and food processing industries were studied with regard to fertilizer value as well as humus sources as a rational method of waste utilization. The pulp and paper mill wastes containing low mineral nutrients but high lignin may be utilized for soil amendments through humus preparation. Chemical treatment sludges of tannery wast water contained appreciable fertilizer nutrients andiliming materials, but utilization as fertilizers or soil amendments depends on the pollution effect of high chromium content, which has not been well understood. Food processing wastes may be utilized as organic fertilizers or micronutrient sources for plant. Some wastes containing high water-soluble sugars or lower C/N ratio than 20 may be utilized as additives for rapid humus preparation.



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