8Esco-S will build an energy-efficient stove factory following eco-friendly principles. In particular, Conserved soil at the construction area will be enriched with organic Agro-technological methods based on innovative green engineering principles.
As a result, high-quality universal Agro-Substrate will be introduced to the market with competitive value.
This approach is the core element of green construction. Enriched soil substrate from the Chanadirtkari construction area will be 2000 m3. This action will be a contributor to maintaining soil agricultural balance, meaning that the balance of negative antro-pathogenic impact caused by infrastructural processes on the clime change will be guaranteed.
Dr. of Agriculture, Mr, Giorgi Ghambashidze, Gives the idea of the cycle of technological processes:
A highly productive layer of the soil is often damaged as a result of infrastructural project implementation. This causes emissions of a solid amount of greenhouse gasses that have a significant impact on climate change. Consequently, the soil is lacking with a huge amount of organic elements/substances.
The loss also applies to the vital nutrition elements for the plants, what’s more, organic and non-organic polluters are being placed in the soil causing deterioration of its physical features, which negatively affects the living organisms, which naturally ensure the healthiness of the soil. All of these mentioned above finally causes degradation and empty the soil from ecological functions.
Considering the factors provided by Mr. Ghambashidze, In the frameworks of the project, the highly-productive layer of the soil excerpted from the construction area will be supplemented with organic fertilizer-a Compost, which will be produced by local organic waste- the manure from the nearby farms, wooden waste from wood processing enterprise, the organic compost from apple cider production waste and other herbal waste from the construction area.
It’s worth mentioning that wood waste from wood processing is often thrown at the landfill along with the other construction waste, causing the biomass to waste and create additional greenhouse emissions in the atmosphere in parallel to the degradation process.
By shredding the wooden waste a good raw material for the compost is produced, which ensures an effective composting process, absorbing the leaked water from the compost pit with the various dissolved substances in it. It should be noted that retention of nitrogenous compounds is crucial for avoiding uncontrolled penetration of the soil and pollution of groundwater and the surface water with such compounds.
Utilization of the manure as the main material for composting will eliminate significant problems derived from incorrect placement and maintenance of the farm organic waste, which is directly connected with nitrogen oxide and methane emissions in the atmosphere and worsening the quality of the manure as a valuable organic fertilizer due to washing and evaporation losses. By using such methods, the organic elements in the manure will be used to obtain high-quality compost, delivering the universal substrate by mixing it with the soil in the end.
The obtained compost that is particularly rich with organic substances and the vital elements for the plants, will not only significantly improve the soil water reserves but increase the soil productivity level as well. This factor is especially important when considering current and foreseeable climate change conditions. The mixture of the compost and the soil will be prepared according to their chemical and physical features, to ensure the balance of all nutritious elements in the created substrate that are essential for the vast majority of the plants. Similar mixtures are widely used in greenhouse, sapling, and seedling activities, as well as in the decorative gardening field.
The approach described above would ensure cost-effective processes after certain subsiding. It has high environment-wise and economic potential in case of effective management. This approach could be a successful case for the construction and development industry and stimulate effective green initiatives in the field.