Track 12: Livestock and Food Waste Recycling

Livestock waste recycling Is a major source of toxic gases, dangerous germs, and smells; So appropriate management of animal manure is necessary to reduce the creation of harmful pollutants and safeguard the environment. It may be highly beneficial to boost agricultural output and sustainability by properly utilizing animal manure for recycling in the production of biogas, compost, and vermicomposting. Global food waste is a huge issue. In fact, behind the USA and China, and if food waste were a nation, it would be the third-largest producer of greenhouse gases (FAO). All phases of the food chain experience this food loss and waste. We frequently hear stories about food being lost at the farmer's level or wasted in our homes. However, there is little discussion of the food that is lost at the buyer and merchant levels. About CO2 emissions recycling, Invisible Foods is likewise committed to having a significant effect given the urgency of climate change. Invisible Foods can see where food was saved in real-time through its recycling dashboards.

  • Track 1-1 Energy Recovery
  • Track 2-2 Reprocessing
  • Track 3-3 Latest Technology
  • Track 4-4 Animal Waste Handling Operation

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