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Characterizing the state of maturity of a compost






Annales de Gembloux 88(2): 119-131

Characterizing the state of maturity of a compost

Physicochemical, microbiological, biochemical, respirometric and biological tests for assessing the state of maturity of refuse composts are briefly examined.


Accession: 001053510



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