Various types of organic waste are discharged all around us.
These organic wastes are originally produced by nature, such as the ground, oceans and forests. Even though these wastes are a source of life for human beings and animals, it is discharged as being unnecessary for human beings. However, these wastes are a wonderful feast for bacteria (microorganisms), and can be returned to soil through fermentation and decomposition.
Processible Organic Waste
From the upper left, ▽ collected raw sewage from households and portable toilets ▽ garbage from households and restaurants ▽ grass mowings from around roadside trees and etc., tree trimmings, wood waste and chaff ▽ dehydrated sludge from purification centers ▽ marine product waste ▽ waste from food product factories ▽ livestock excreta
Other Organic Wastes
Next, the collection and transportation of the generated organic waste is explained. Refer to the following Cleaning, Collection & Transportation page.