SIMULATION OF COMPOSITE WASTE MANAGEMENT METHOD FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL YIELD
Keywords:Composting, modeling, organic waste, simulation
The increasing amount of organic waste generated globally has prompted research into more sustainable waste management practices. One promising approach is to use waste composting to convert organic waste into nutrient-rich soil that can be used to enhance agricultural yield. This paper explores the simulation of waste composting as a means of optimizing the composting process and improving agricultural yield. Through computer modeling, various composting scenarios can be evaluated, such as the effect of different types and quantities of organic waste, temperature, moisture, and aeration on the final compost quality. The results of these simulations can be used to identify the optimal conditions for composting, which can then be applied in practice to produce high-quality compost. By utilizing waste composting for agricultural purposes, we can promote sustainable waste management practices, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and increase crop yields, leading to a more sustainable and food-secure future.