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									Agricultural Solid Waste Management: Basic Strategies

Mukesh Yadav1, Monica Puniya2, Aarti Bhardwaj3, Shalini Jain4 and Hariom Yadav4 1SOS in Chemistry, Jiwaji University Gwalior, M.P. 3College of Applied Education and Health Sciences, Meerut, U.P., 2Dairy Cattle Nutrition, 4Animal Biochemistry Division

National Dairy Research Institute
Karnal-132001 (Haryana), India

Agricultural Solid Wastes
Field Wastes
Weeds Straws

Animal Wastes
Animal Dung Dead Bodies

Agro-Industrial Wastes
Sugar cane: Molasses, Peals

Management of agro-wastes
Biogas Pulp and Paper Bio-fertilizer

Phosphorus and calcium

Agro-Wastes

Leather Industries

Fuel Alcohol production

Meat

Biogas Production
Fuel

Animal Dung

Biogas plant

Light

Biofertilizer

Biogas Cycle
Animal husbandry Crop harvesting Industrial processing Human consumption Energy crops

Solar energy
Photosynthesis

CO2 H2O Biofertilizer

Organic wastes

Biogas Anaerobic digestion

Electrical and/or thermal energy

Bio-fertilizers production
Bio-Fertilizers

Biogas

Agro-wastes

Vermiculture
Dugging with various microorganisms Cyanobacteria and other nitrogen fixating MO

Leather and Meat Industry
Meat

Old animals
Slaughtering Slaughtering

Leather

Bone utilization

Drugs

Animal Feed

Old animals

Bones

Bone Powder

Fertilizers

Phosphorus and calcium extraction

Sugarcane – Source of Green Energy
JUICE
SUGAR

BAGASSE

Ethanol

LEAVES & TOPS

CO-GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY

Ethanol from Molasses and Juice
SUGARCANE MILLING JUICE FOR SUGAR
FACTORY
MASH

JUICE FOR ETHANOL
DISTILLERY

MOLASSES
ETHANOL FROM MOLASSES ETHANO L FROM SUGARS

FERMENTATION DISTILLATION

SUGAR

ETHANOL

Pulp and Paper Production

Paper

Wood/ Ply

Straws and peals

Pulp

Drawbacks of Improper Agro-Waste Management

Global warming

Field filling

Mosquito generated diseases

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