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Effect of aeration rate on elimination of coliforms during composting of vegetable–fruit wastes
International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture
Purpose In waters and wastes, direct pathogen detection is difficult and time consuming. Therefore, coliforms are used as indicators to measure the presence of pathogens. Composts originated from extrements, sewage sludges and plant wastes those contact with manures may have potential health hazard to human. Therefore, the detection of coliforms both during composting and in the obtained composts is used to investigate the presence of pathogens for determination of the potential health risk.doi:10.1007/s40093-016-0134-6 fatcat:rh3giyjavjcmddduuyyy6ivbky