Semi-Automatic Composter Machine

Authors

  • Mangesh Manoj Sutar Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, Yashwantrao Bhonsale Polytechnic, Sawantwadi, India
  • Pandurang Arun Parab Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, Yashwantrao Bhonsale Polytechnic, Sawantwadi, India
  • Pratham Ajit Sawant Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, Yashwantrao Bhonsale Polytechnic, Sawantwadi, India
  • Krishnanath Ramchandra Kumbhar Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, Yashwantrao Bhonsale Polytechnic, Sawantwadi, India
  • Mangal Pradeep Ghadi Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, Yashwantrao Bhonsale Polytechnic, Sawantwadi, India
  • S. N. Hewalekar Lecturer, Department of Electrical Engineering, Yashwantrao Bhonsale Polytechnic, Sawantwadi, India
  • D. D. Patil Professor & HoD, Department of Electrical Engineering, Yashwantrao Bhonsale Polytechnic, Sawantwadi, India

Keywords:

composter, shredder, composting, food waste, organic

Abstract

Organic waste and particularly waste matter may be a worldwide problem; it costs to be disposed of and zip is gained from it; on the contrary, it causes the emission of harmful gases like methane. In India, 35- 40 percent of the rubbish is a waste product. Every one of the key problems that face India nowadays is that there are not any serious moves towards solving the waste matter issue. Within the 2030 vision, one in each of their targets is to concentrate on pollution and its causes on that. Composting has proven to be a legitimate solution to the current problem but has not been entirely explored. The objectives of this project are to design a composting machine with certain parameters for planning, process time, ease to use, odorless, and power-saving. The design refuses decomposition system is meant for rapid composting performance. It is utilized by households, restaurants, hotels, schools, apartment buildings, communities, offices, and cafeterias reckoning on the capacity of the machine. The system employs hot temperatures, micro-organisms, and ground into small particles to decompose waste products and organic matter.

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Published

02-03-2022

How to Cite

[1]
M. M. Sutar, “Semi-Automatic Composter Machine”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 171–173, Mar. 2022.

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