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The significance of mixing green waste with food waste to achieve an ideal Carbon/ Nitrogen Ratio necessary for composting is associated with the tonnage calculator

A proposal for the development of new green waste recycling machinery to separate the chlorophyll material from green waste that is suitable for composting, and chip the lignified material not suitable for composting so the new designed machinery would have two discharge mechanisms

Green waste that contains a content of chlorophyll produces Greenhouse Gases when land filled, so the new designed machinery would be classified also as carbon abatement technology.

Biodegrading food waste as an integral waste supplement is undesirable as the carbon nitrogen ratio, C/N Ratio of food waste is too narrow and needs to be mixed with green waste to raise the C/N ratio to a satisfactory level of 30/1 C/N ratio suitable for composting.

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