Unlike synthetic fertilizers, Organic Fertilizers (Compost) contains a full spectrum of plant nutrients, macro and micronutrients. In addition, Organic Fertilizers helps to buffer the soil by bringing PH level to the optimum range for nutrient availability to plants.
Furthermore, Organic Fertilizers makes soil less likely to erode and prevent spreading diseases. It also involves the decomposition of organic wastes by microbes by allowing the waste to stay accumulated in a pit for a long period of time. The nutrient-rich Organic Fertilizers can be used as plant manure. Biological reprocessing tremendously improves the fertility of the soil.
Here in Bioenergy, we emphasize applying all means of sustainability in waste management including the three R's rule: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Composting accomplishes all three means altogether: it reduces disposed waste, the organic material is reused rather than dumped or burned and recycled into an environmentally friendly end-product.
Bioenergy currently handles two main areas in Egypt, Meniya and Shabramant. Bioenergy either collects Municipal Solid Waste (in Menyia) or receives the waste from mediate station (in Shabramant) and prepares the material in its plants in order to produce RDF, with the byproduct of fine compost more than 3000 t/month in each.