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Henri Dinel: Plant growing media. Robert A Wilkes, Robert G Hendry, November 11, 2003: US06645267 (23 worldwide citation)

A process for converting composted organic materials produced by optimized composting procedures into plant growing media for agronomic and other uses. The raw organic matter is first processed into compost by optimized standard methods. If desired, the raw organic matter can be of “organic” sources ...


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Rosner Kurt: Composting installation. Hazemag Dr E Andreas KG, Striker Michael S, July 22, 1975: US3895916 (23 worldwide citation)

Platforms for material to be composted are covered by an inflatable bubble having an air lock for ingress and egress of the material and of the operating personnel. Conduits are provided for introducing air under pressure into the bubble to maintain the same inflated, and to pass through the compost ...


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Larry R Inman, Ronald V Garvin, Michael C Stenblom: Materials bagger and system. Bag International, Robert L Harrington, March 10, 1998: US05724793 (22 worldwide citation)

A machine arranged to insert material to be composted into an elongate elastic bag. The machine is arranged to insert an elongate perforated pipe into the elongate elastic bag with the material. The perforated pipe is fed from an air tight container through a conduit into the bag. The machine may ha ...


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Robert L Jackson: Leaf retaining net. Terrance L Siemens, December 3, 1996: US05579610 (22 worldwide citation)

A net for covering raked leaves and similar plant debris. The net is bounded on two sides by two telescoping poles. A chain links the ends the ends of the two poles, and a second chain links the remaining ends of the two poles. The net is thus weighted to hug the ground and resist displacement by th ...


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Henri Dinel: Pure organic fertilizer. Robert A Wilkes, February 11, 2003: US06517600 (22 worldwide citation)

A process for converting composted organic material produced by optimized composting procedures into pure organic fertilizer for agronomic and other uses, particularly the expanding organic food market. It is essential that only organic wastes that are compatible with being certified organic are use ...


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Toto Louis R: Vehicular composting machine and method for aerobically decomposing waste materials. December 4, 1973: US3776528 (22 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for mixing non-flowable solid materials disposed stripwise on a flat surface and for periodically aerating, hydrating, and shaping aerobically decomposable waste materials into a rick having compressed sides and a nearly square cross section. The apparatus includes a straddle- ...


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Paul C Sellew, Geoff Kuter: Composting facility. International Process Systems, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, September 26, 1989: US04869877 (21 worldwide citation)

A composting facility comprising an elongated composting bay, a compost handling machine, and a ventilation system. The composting bay holds organic waste material while that material composts; and the compost handling machine is adapted to agitate the compost in, and to move the compost along, the ...


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John E Murphy, William K Reynolds, C Neil Ott: Apparatus and method for processing organic refuse. Rey Tech, Woodard Emhardt Naugton Moriarty & McNett, December 8, 1992: US05169782 (21 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the composting of fermentable organic refuse includes a rotating digester tube with a feed auger continuously providing refuse to the tube and a number of discharge outlets at the distal end of the tube. A number of agitating vanes extend along substantially the entire length of the ...


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Jeremy F Criss: Organic material recycling method and device. Anthony J DeLaurentis, August 25, 1981: US04285719 (21 worldwide citation)

A biological toilet and an organic material recycling method in which human liquid and solid waste (i.e., excrement) and cellulosic material and, optionally, kitchen waste (i.e., food and paper scraps and the like kitchen garbage) are deposited into a receptacle and carried by pressure differential ...


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James M Easter II: Method for composting sludge. Walter G Finch, November 20, 1984: US04483704 (21 worldwide citation)

The invention is a method for composting sludge to a useable state. The method of the system eliminates the usual objectionable odors. The method consists of a thorough mixing of the sludge with carbonaceous material, layering the mixture in a silo and moving it through the silo on a timed interval ...



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