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Título : Solid Waste management in -ecuador: current practices and future challenges of anaerobic bioconversion of organic waste for agricultural purposes
Autor : Del Hierro Calvachi, Ana Gabriela
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Yuen, Sam
Palabras clave : AMBIENTE;MANEJO DE DESECHOS;BIOTECNOLOGÍA AMBIENTAL;BIOCONVERSIÓN
Fecha de publicación : jun-2016
Editorial : Australia /Universidad de Melbourne / 2016
Citación : Del Hierro Calvachi, Ana Gabriela. (2016). Solid Waste management in -ecuador: current practices and future challenges of anaerobic bioconversion of organic waste for agricultural purposes. (Trabajo de titulación de Master of Environment, Wastw Managment). Universidad de Melbourne. Australia. 75 p.
Descripción : Despite being the first country worldwide to acknowledge the “Rights of Nature” on its Constitution, Ecuador has not been able to implement sustainable waste Despite being the first country worldwide to acknowledge the “Rights of Nature” on its Constitution, Ecuador has not been able to implement sustainable waste management practices in its 220 Municipalities. For decades, precarious solid waste management practices in Ecuador have generated environmental impacts in zones with high biodiversity where soil, water, and air are polluted. The urgent need to find a sustainable option to divert waste from landfills has raised attention to the use of Biotechnology to generate strategic agriculture inputs and energy production. The anaerobic bioconversion of organic waste enables the production of compost or bio fertilisers to enhance soil physical, chemical, and biological properties. management practices in its 220 Municipalities. For decades, precarious solid waste management practices in Ecuador have generated environmental impacts in zones with high biodiversity where soil, water, and air are polluted. The urgent need to find a sustainable option to divert waste from landfills has raised attention to the use of Biotechnology to generate strategic agriculture inputs and energy production. The anaerobic bioconversion of organic waste enables the production of compost or bio fertilisers to enhance soil physical, chemical, and biological properties.
URI : http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/3509
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