Design of Portable Waste Shredder Machine for Domestic Compost

Authors

  • Rahul Thakur Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Green Hills Engineering College, Solan, India
  • Aman Sharma Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Green Hills Engineering College, Solan, India
  • Jyoti Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Green Hills Engineering College, Solan, India
  • R. P. Singh Professor & Principal, Green Hills Engineering College, Solan, India

Keywords:

Compost, Calculations, Design, Fabrication, Food waste, Shredding machine

Abstract

Food waste is the natural material having the high calorific and nutritive qualities to organisms. Food Waste is an unpreventable by product of human activities. Economic development, urbanization and improving living guidelines in urban communities, have prompted to an expansion in the amount and multifaceted nature of generated waste. Expeditious growth of inhabitants and industrialization corrupts the metropolitan condition and places genuine weight on common assets. Civil partnerships of the creating nations can't deal with expanding amounts of waste, which brings about uncollected waste on streets and in other public spots. Legitimate garbage removal is basic because of the way that particular sorts of wastes can be unsafe and can sully the earth if not dealt with appropriately. Huge amounts of biodegradable waste is creates every year. These kinds of waste additionally have the potential to cause infection or get into water supplies. With the ascent in measure of biodegradable wastage and expanding contamination levels, it is getting fundamental to discover the arrangement of this issue. The waste should be arranged so as to have healthy environment.

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Published

28-09-2020

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[1]
R. Thakur, A. Sharma, Jyoti, and R. P. Singh, “Design of Portable Waste Shredder Machine for Domestic Compost”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 9, pp. 143–145, Sep. 2020, Accessed: May 27, 2024. [Online]. Available: https://journal.ijresm.com/index.php/ijresm/article/view/314