It is a simple, economical and environmentally sustainable method for disposing of pet waste.
It is based on the installation of a pit (drilling in the ground in the form of a well) of about 30 cm in diameter up to 3 meters deep depending on whether the terrain allows it. The walls of the same are constituted by the ground using them of containment.
By introducing your pets’ feces daily, its function is to contain them until their final decomposition.
In it, on average, about 350 kg of excrement can be stored, which, without proper treatment, would end up in several plastic bags and deposited in a sanitary landfill or open dump.
Due to the use of biodigester bacteria, the decomposition of organic matter begins, the leachate (the liquids) are absorbed by the walls of the pit and the solid part is retained until decomposed by bacterial effect.
These bacteria make up a microbial concentrate of strains of microorganisms with high specialty and affinity for organic matter. These organisms are specialized in degrading this organic load very quickly, promoting a greater release of nutrients and thus favoring the fertilization of sediments without leaving an odor.
They play a prominent role in geochemical changes and soil fertility. They transform an enormous amount of organic matter in the soil to an inorganic form, improving its fertility. The rate and extent of mineralization depends on the availability of oxygen. Aerobic metabolism is more versatile and more complete than anaerobic, carbon dioxide and water are produced and more compounds are degraded. Many organic materials are only mineralized if oxygen is available.
Organic matter is made up of compounds such as carbohydrates, lignins, and proteins. Microorganisms break down organic matter into carbon dioxide and the more resistant residues into humus. During the decomposition process, microbes can trap nitrogen from the soil. Mine and humus store many nutrients in the soil. They also improve its structure, loosen clay soils, help prevent erosion and improve the nutrient and water retention capacity of sandy or coarse soils.
Maintenance is basic and is done on site. The standard dose is a measure of bacteria (capita) and 10 liters of water per pet per week (average weight 14 kg).
Then each case is analyzed in a particular way according to variables such as the type of soil, quantity, size and feeding of the pets, etc …
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