Solid waste management and Organic farming
Organic farming is a production system that sustains the quality of soils, conserve ecosystems and provide healthy food and nutrition. Since 1990, the market for organic products has grown. As of 2011, approximately 37,000,000 hectares (91,000,000 acres) worldwide were farmed organically, representing approximately 0.9 percent of total world farmland.
For successful ‘Organic Farming’ both ‘Organic Manure’ and ‘Bio-pest Repellant’ are required. It is observed that, most of the ‘Organic Farming’ practices in India are failed due to the lack of insufficient ‘Bio-pest Repellant’ & ‘Organic Manure’.
ENVIRON have developed a simplified technology for producing both ‘Bio-pest Repellant’ and ‘Organic Manure’ in the form of ‘Micronutrients’, ‘Vermiwash’ and finally ‘Vermicompost’ by using all type of daily generated biodegradable solid waste including water hyacinth, different algae, forest waste and agricultural waste through the use of “Waste Assimilator”. “Waste Assimilator” is now developing the concept of solid waste management and organic farming. The advantage of using ‘Waste Assimilator’ is receiving ‘Micronutrients’ just after using 2-3 days and ‘Vermiwash’ after 50-60 days and finally ‘Vermicompost’ after 180 days.
Organic farming is the best option for the utilization of biodegradable solid waste which conserve ecosystem and provide healthy food and nutrition. People can earn substantial amount of revenue both directly and indirectly through domestic organic farming and consuming healthy food and nutrition.