The current manufacturing administration generally doesn’t bother about the urgency of environmental protection against monetary advantages. This assertion depicts an indifferent mentality environment, particular issues to ensure food security, and most importantly the production of the enormous amount of untreated waste.

EU has been preparing certain rules and tools to curtail the volume of waste, particularly for organic ones to get treatment to attain optimal recycling and to bypass issues with respect to landfilling and incineration.

Farming is an important factor to create organic wastes and has the capability to engulf other wastes from separate places. Agricultural management or treatment with the help of soil to produce plant could be beneficial for financial or ecological aspects and cater contribution to sustainable development. In that regard, it’s important to consider the genre of soil protection and necessity of farming nutritional plants. It could provide sustainable management for crop remains. This technique is useful for Mediterranean soil type which has a low level of organic components. It’s effective to reinforce the capability in terms of carbon dioxide fixation apart from elevating the fertility of the soil.

In order to handle this systematically, future scholars need a multidimensional creation along with an experimental modification in the sphere of agricultural engineering. The connection between some of the fundamental topics in these types of subjects is (soil science, fertilizers management, plant production, animal husbandry, farm machinery) funding for future foundations and operation of a combined strategy for organic waste treatment. These are accepted as the features of separate topological cases. Those aspects must be integrated into the academic curriculum in Agricultural Engineering institutions.

Aside range of reviews and surveys from experimental results of organic waste recycling with respect to farming will be demonstrated.

Keywords: Education, Sustainable Development, Agriculture, Organic Wastes.

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