Agricultural waste management

Agricultural waste encompasses a range of materials generated in farming, such as cattle waste, weeds, husks, and more. These residues possess valuable utility as they can be employed in the creation of fertilizers and the production of natural gas. An Agricultural Waste Management System (AWMS) is a meticulously devised system that integrates and oversees the utilization of agricultural production by-products, with the aim of preserving or enhancing the quality of air, water, soil, plants, animals, and energy resources.

One example of the innovative use of agricultural waste is demonstrated by PaperWise, a company that leverages these resources to manufacture sustainable paper and board. The remaining stalks and leaves following harvest are processed into raw materials for the production of paper and board, effectively extracting the cellulose needed for paper from agricultural waste.

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