Design and fabrication of organic waste shredding and mixing machine
Ritik B. Hinge, Subhash Mulpuri, Pranay Nikhure, V. N. Mujbaile
Organic composting plays vital parts as being both necessity and an alternative backbone for poor farmers. The conventional method of shredding organic residue is not convenient. In addition getting the required fertilizer is not feasible for all farmers. Being in shredded amount exhilarates the process of composting by the increased surface area for anaerobic degradation which otherwise requires 4 to 3 months for the whole process to occur. The crops residue is been inserted in the cutting chamber which by the cutting action of the multi blade cutter convert them into shredded amount. The machine requires less space and less compact as compared to most of the traditional shredding machine being used in farms. This assembly generates shredded organic waste which is really useful or organic farm and organic animal food which is really required for animal according to their health is concern. This complete assembly works on human power so there is no requirement of electricity. This project uses organic material collector assembly. Importance of this paper lies in the very fact that it is green project and helps us to reduce our electricity need too.
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Unique Paper ID: 145476

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 10

Page(s): 232 - 234
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