IJROWA Metrics  
Scopus CiteScore (2018) 1.64
Scopus CiteScore 2019 2.6
SJR: Scimago Journal Rank (2019) 0.421
SNIP (2019) 1.169
Citations 2578
h-index 27
i10-index 95
Issues Per Year 4
No. of Volumes 9
No. of Issues 30
No. of Articles 337
Article View from December 2019 18,159
PDF Download from December 2019 16,973
Time to Accept (Month)  3-6 
 Acceptance Rate  16


The International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture is a double-blind peer-reviewed open access journal. It is fully supported by the Islamic Azad University–Isfahan Branch, who provide funds to cover all costs of publication, including the Article Processing Charges (APC’s) for all authors. Therefore the journal is both free to read and free to publish.


The journal publishes high-quality original, review and short comment articles, in all areas of recycling of organic waste including:

  • Solid waste reuse in agriculture
  • Waste water reuse in agriculture
  • Utilization of organic wastes: composting
  • Ways to reduce, reuse and recycle organic waste
  • Social and economic impact of reduction, reuse and recycling of organic waste in agriculture
  • Methods to raise the public awareness of recycling and reuse of organic waste in agriculture
  • Organic waste utilization in animal and poultry nutrition
  • Urban food waste composting

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 The international Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture (IJROWA) published previously by Springer from 2012 to 2019 and now is published by Islamic Azad University-Isfahan Branch- Iran


Current Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3, Summer 2020, Pages 229-332 

Original Article

1. Evaluation of a novel anaerobic co-digestion system for disposal of dead swine and manure: An important tool in animal production

Pages 229-236


Karen Bes; Maiara Cristiane Brisola; Regiane Boaretto Crecencio; Dinael Simão Bitner; Angelica Frigo; Luana Rampazzo; Glaucia Amorim Faria; Denise Nunes Araujo; Aleksandro Schafer da Silva; Lenita Moura Stefani

2. Investigation of pesticidal ability of humic acid derived from palm oil Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB) vermicompost

Pages 237-247


Alvyana Khiew Ai May; Rashid Shamsuddin; Lew Jin Hau; Aqsha Aqsha; Nurlidia Mansor; Nur Izzati Mustapa; Murugesu Narasimha

3. Effect of a bovine manure vermicompost leachate on yield of pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) hybrid Nathalie

Pages 249-257


Eduardo Fidel Héctor Ardisana; Antonio Torres García; Osvaldo Alberto Fosado Téllez; José Lincoln Cedeño Guerra; Juan Bautista Zambrano Alcívar

4. Impacts of different pig slurry application methods on soil quality indicators in a maize-soybean cropping sequence in the Sub-humid Pampas of Argentina

Pages 259-272


Vanesa Pegoraro; Cristian Cazorla; Omar Bachmeier; Tomás Baigorria; Mónica Boccolini; Jimena Ortiz; Claudio Lorenzon; Susana Hang; Marta Zubillaga

5. Optimization of chicken manure combustion parameters in the aspect of phosphorus recovery

Pages 273-285


Angelika Więckol-Ryk; Barbara Białecka; Magdalena Cempa; Zdzisław Adamczyk


8. The effect of cassava effluent and empty oil palm fruit bunch on remediation of petroleum polluted soil and crop production in the tropics: A Review

Pages 309-321


Fidelis Ifeakachuku Achuba; Oke Aruoren; Abigail Chioma Nmanedu; Patrick Chukwuyenum Ichipi-Ifukor; Uche Dennis-Eboh

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