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Basic processing technologies and composting plant design in Italy

, : Basic processing technologies and composting plant design in Italy. The science of composting: part 2: 958-972

This study offers an up-to-date picture of the basic processing technologies and composting plant design undertaken in Italy for the treatment of unselected MSW. Present trends in the field of the high quality compost production from pre-selected organic refuse are here analysed in order to highlight the different components and sections of the composting plants.

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