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Organic Waste

We help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by sorting and purifying biodegradable waste to create feedstocks for compost and biogas.

Organic waste sorting systems  


Food waste, responsible for 8 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, and organic waste from plants, animals, forestry and agriculture, is a monumental global challenge. Automated sorting systems for organic waste are proven pathway solutions to a more sustainable future.

Biowaste recycling presents a viable and regenerative cycle in which organic matter is decontaminated and then treated at composting and anaerobic digestion facilities. 

Biowaste

Optimally sorting and treating biowaste helps to mitigate methane and greenhouse gas emissions biodegradable materials naturally produce when decomposing. Biowaste and food residues are prime sources of high-quality raw materials for composts and digestate, helping to improve soil and replace mineral-based fertilizers.

Our biowaste sorting systems are highly effective in removing contaminants for high quality biodegradable feedstocks for anaerobic digestion and composting. What’s more, our cutting-edge wood sorting units featuring high-precision sensors and intelligent software instantly detect biowaste fractions to enhance your plant’s efficiency and economic viability.

Compost

Compost produced from organic waste is a leading sustainable strategy to reduce the dependency on landfills and produce organic feedstock for biogas production. Input materials include raw food waste (fruits, vegetables, nuts, peelings) and garden waste (plant cuttings, leaves, residues from forestry and agriculture).

Highly effective in removing inorganic substances from biodegradable matter, our organic waste sorting systems maximize compost quality. With high-throughput automated sorting of inert materials (stones, glass), metals, plastics and films, your operation will achieve high purity compost across all fraction sizes.

Municipal Solid Waste

When optimally sorted and processed, organic fractions of municipal solid waste (OFMWS) make an excellent feedstock to produce alternative fuels like biogas. While the composition of MSW varies region to region and by biowaste collection methods, organic materials (including food waste) constitute the largest component of municipal solid waste.

Achieve consistent, high purity organic products from municipal solid waste using our intelligent sensor-based sorting systems. Our high-throughput sorting units effectively separate biowaste from mixed waste streams to create high quality organic fractions from kitchen waste, plant residues and other biodegradable materials.

Organic waste sorting machines