In this study aims to recycle farmers market and garden waste into compost and bring it back to soil as a useful and valuable organic fertilizer thanks to natural processes in Seyhan Region. With the compost production, it is aimed to promote both soil improvement and organic fertilizer use and recycling. The compost has many benefits for agricultural activities. This review, the main challenges of the process of organic waste compost and explores the crucial aspects related to the quality of the produced the importance of compost. Although the importance of compost production is known, the importance of composting and more information are needed. Therefore, in this study, innovative approaches with different methods have been investigated. Environmental and biodiversity impacts related to organic waste composting detailed in this study. This study investigated the application of blue-green algae to enhance the quality of composts composed from multiple organic waste. This research provides an innovative method for using algae the compost products. The importance of using algae in order to achieve rapid results in innovative and sustainable agriculture areas in composting was explained. A pilot project application was established to optimize organic waste collection and composting for agriculture in Compost Production facility in Seyhan Municipality. In addition, also in this study contributed to the environmental and biodiversity awareness and zero waste projects research of applicability. Studying areas should be created for composting in municipalities.
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