The Worm Fertilizer Production Facility established within SİVAS Cumhuriyet University (SCÜ) and used to support organic agriculture will go to capacity increase upon the interest seen. Organic worm manure, produced in a closed area of 2,400 square meters in the SCU campus, contributes greatly to the increase of quality and productivity in the agriculture of the region.
SCU Rector Prof. Dr. Alim Yıldız said that the process carried out in the worm fertilizer production facility is not only to produce fertilizers, but also that waste sludge damaging the environment is disposed of and waste products are brought into the economy. Pointing out that the soil consumed by worms for fertilizer production consists of sediments accumulated in urban water treatment plants, Yıldız said, "The leading environmental problems are the non-destructible waste residues. This is emerging. "We both eliminate the damage to the environment and offer it to our farmers as a product that will add value to the economy."