Vermiculture As a Tool for Domestic Wastewater Management

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This paper discusses issues surrounding Organic Waste management, which has become somewhat of a problem due to unsustainable practices. "Sewage sludge" arises as a by-product from treatment plants. This essay argues that Vermiculture As a Tool for Domestic Wastewater Management can achieve sustainability.

Indeed, perhaps environmentally friendly sustainability can be achieved by the Vermicomposting of organic matter. This essentially involves the accelerated cycling of nutrients whereby waste products are put to productive end use.

The paper also provides an overview of the characteristics of management systems utilising vermiculture which can be used to manage wastewater. Property of Murdoch University, the paper entitled Vermiculture As a Tool for Domestic Wastewater Management provides an insightful look into how we can make the planet a more healthy one.

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