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Garbage treating apparatus with connected moisture sensor and controller

Image Number 18 for United States Patent #5622617.

A garbage treating apparatus for highly efficient garbage treatment without loss in required energy nor requiring continuous control of the treatment is provided by constituting the apparatus for accommodating within a treating vessel a fermentative garbage decomposing agent carrying a microparasite and the garbage, and mixing them for a fermentative decomposing treatment of the garbage through one of a plurality of treating modes mutually selectably changed over in response to sensed moisture content of the resulting garbage mixture sensed by a moisture sensing mechanism.

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