Natural efficiency - elegantly Sophisticated

Full and Complete decomposition in 2 hours

No emissions

No odor

No waste water

No maturation stage

No raw material storage

Processing facilities can treat large volume of waste:
On site
Within city centers
Cutting collection and transportation costs of hazardous waste
Small operational footprint

Environmental Impact Assessments completed quickly and inexpensively

Resource Efficiency

A closed vessel and no emissions means complete element retention - which means the output is abundantly rich in Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium, but loaded with other Macro and Micro nutrients to make superior organic fertilizer, soil amendment, soil conditioner, potting mix or compost.

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Traditional Composting

Composting is the standard method for green and bio waste recycling and natural resource recovery.

There are significant limitations and disadvantages to this unsophisticated approach.


Regular composting technologies, including new anaerobic and microbial composting techniques, still require cooling periods of 2-4 weeks before achieving a completed process.

This means time and land requirements for treatment and storage are vast, and which cannot control odor, emissions and waste water.

Despite such limitations - this is the only method of bio-waste recovery.

How can this possibly cope with the volume of material being generated by ever expanding human development, industrial processes and ecological output.

Not withstanding the environmental impact that such large facilities have on surrounding communities and ecosystems.


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