DIGESTER PROCESS

The process begins when a Bulking Agent/Carbon Source (such as shredded cardboards, straws and hays, wood chips, and wood pellets) is added to food scraps and organics. The system readily accepts most organic materials including fruits, vegetables, grains, meats, bones, and dairy, as well as napkins, paper towels, etc. In this process, the food scraps composition occurs to deliver high-quality, nutrient dense organic compost that is immediately ready to use. This process has been scientifically proven to improve dramatically the quality of crops grown.


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Stainless Steel Construction and Screened Compost

OSHA Compliant safety features

Virtually No Odor and Won't attract pests or rodents

Small footprint and Energy Efficient

Computer Controlled Process

Measurable Return of Investment and Return on Environment 


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I have worked in the composting industry for close to 20 years. I have long believed that in order to truly be sustainable, on-site processing is necessary. The design has all the bells and whistles a system should have and best of all it works, and it works well. I strongly recommend this system when considering on-site management of food scraps.

— — Mike Manna Founder and Managing Director, Organics Recycling Solutions