From waste to resource for a responsible management of the future.
The keystone for a good composting is the separate collection of organic waste (i.e. kitchen waste, catering waste, industrial scraps etc.) from which it is possible to produce a high quality compost, suitable for agriculture and floriculture.
The composting process takes place essentially in two phases:
- the Active phase, also known as active composting time, where the aerobic oxidation happens and most of the organic carbon is turned into mineral carbon.
- the Curing phase, when the product completes its humidification to the final stable and odorless state suitable for use.
- Speed up the process by means of computer controlled forced aeration.
- Carry out the treatment in enclosed areas kept in negative pressure to avoid odor release
- Very efficient odor control on emissions by means of proprietary biofilters.
- Limited footprint, modularity and upgradeability.
- Use process automation in order to have a 24/7 continuous process control.
- Limit labor cost by using automated equipment.
- Limit operators’ exposure to foul air, dust and possible pollutants. Improve working conditions wherever possible, increase H&S standards.
- Increase as much as possible the reliability of the equipment with continuous improvements.
Composting is accessible, easy to implement and generates many benefits: it avoids methane emission from waste, contributing in a tangible manner to limiting climate change; it is one fundamental solution to reach zero landfills; it contributes towards agriculture sustainability, making it possible to reduce the use of chemical fertilizers, to improve the soil quality, to reduce the energy required for cultivations, improving water retention and soil structure.
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