Compostagem E Vermicompostagem De Resíduos Sólidos: Resultados De Pesquisas Acadêmicas 2017
DOI: 10.5151/9788580392371-07
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Abstract: Resumo: O cultivo de alface (Lactuca sativa L.) no Brasil é um dos mais expressivos em importância econômica e alimentar, visto que está entre as hortaliças folhosas mais consumidas. O sistema de produção convencional usa fertilizantes químicos como fonte nutricional para as plantas, que pode ocasionar riscos à saúde humana devido à sua toxicidade, além de representar um custo expressivo ao produtor. Uma das alternativas é o uso de compostos orgânicos obtidos via compostagem e vermicompostagem. No entanto, a m… Show more

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“…The country holds fair recycling numbers: 13% of MSW volume is recycled (Silva et al, 2017); selective garbage collection is present in more than 70% of the municipalities (ABRELPE, 2018(ABRELPE, , 2019Grisa and Capanema, 2018). Looking at the organic recycling, the picture is not pretty: while more than half of MSW is organic (IPEA, 2012), only 4% from 40% that could be recycled do not end in landfills (Pires and Da Ferrão, 2017), meaning that less than 10% of compostable waste is treated in the legally preferred way.…”
Section: Solid Waste Composting In Brazil and Curitibamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The country holds fair recycling numbers: 13% of MSW volume is recycled (Silva et al, 2017); selective garbage collection is present in more than 70% of the municipalities (ABRELPE, 2018(ABRELPE, , 2019Grisa and Capanema, 2018). Looking at the organic recycling, the picture is not pretty: while more than half of MSW is organic (IPEA, 2012), only 4% from 40% that could be recycled do not end in landfills (Pires and Da Ferrão, 2017), meaning that less than 10% of compostable waste is treated in the legally preferred way.…”
Section: Solid Waste Composting In Brazil and Curitibamentioning
confidence: 99%