International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 7, Part F (2016)
Production of biocompost by cellulosic waste
AP Kavimandan and AS Pethe
Annually, grate amount of cellulose wastes, which could not be measured in many billion of tones, are produced worldwide as residues from agricultural activities and industrial food processing. Consequently the use of microorganism in order to remove, ameliorate these potential polluting material is a real environmental challenge, which could be solved by a focused research concerning efficiency method applied in biological degradation processes. In this respect we were concern the biological degradation of cellulosic waste from different part of society which include garden waste, paper waste and fruit waste, vegetable waste. This whole processes of the biodegradation is carried out by the enzymatic activity. For this operation cellulosic waste were allowed to degrade for four month with natural conditions.
Present investigation bacterial species Brucella and Pseudomonas and fungal species Aspergillus, Fusarium, Trichoderma, Monospora were isolated from cellulose bio-compost.
How to cite this article:
AP Kavimandan, AS Pethe. Production of biocompost by cellulosic waste. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(7):368-370.