Nitrogen from Organic wastes

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  • Nitrogen is a common element in the universe presented at about seventh in total abundance in our galaxy and the Solar System.
  • Organic Wastes are also known as organic material and  natural organic matter.
  • It is composed of organic compounds that has come from living organisms such as plants and animals and their waste products in the environment.
  • The excrete organic materials such as faeces into soils, shed body parts such as leaves and roots and after the the organism dies, its body begins to decompose, broken down broken down by bacterial and fungal action.
  • Organic Wastes are  present throughout the ecosystem
  • Organic matter acts as a buffer when in aqueous solution  to maintain a less acidic pH in the environment.
  • The buffer acting component to be crucial for neutralizing acid rain.
  • The organic wastes in soil derives from plants and animals.
  • In forest leaf litter and woody material falls to the forest floor.
  • In water organic matter can still bind to metal ions and minerals.
  • The use of biotic materials and processed biotic materials as alternative natural materials, over synthetics is popular.
  • Those  materials  are environmentally conscious because such materials are usually biodegradable, renewable, and the processing is commonly understood and has minimal environmental impact.
  • Some Special organic industrial byproducts are farmyard manure, poultry manure, pig and cattle slurries, sewage sludge's, compost   and mixture of these products.
  • This products are derived from living processes.
  • The organic wastes are giving nitrogens  for Agriculture at Lower transportation and storage costs.
  • It will be easy discharge or  reuse from treated water
  • In Agriculture field soil application represents, in fact, an elective outlet for animal manure and other
    organic wastes and allows their organic matter and nutrient content to be used to supply crop needs and maintain soil fertility.
  • Research on organic materials, particularly animal wastes, was popular previous to the availability of inexpensive  inorganic N fertilizers.
  • In India the organic waste generation is 27.3 million tons /year, this is high production when compare to all other country in India.
  • The Gross domestic product per  Capita in Middle-Income Countries are $5,000-$15,000  /year.

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