March 22, 2016

Composting

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Taking the next step in waste reduction

Utilizing advanced composting technologies to minimize waste disposal and GHG emissions

Are you prepared?

The diversion of organic waste from landfills is a significant contribution to GHG emission reduction. The final product from the composting process is a valuable fertilizer and substitute for generating high quality top soil.

The composting of organic waste is highly accepted in the public. However, uncontrolled composting processes and / or deficiencies in the operating of composting facilities may lead to significant odour problems and complaints.

HBHE can help!

HBHE provides in cooperation with one of the leading developer and supplier of composting systems customized box composting solutions. This computerised system processes organic waste into a hygienically sound product within the shortest period of time (about 7-10 days) and it is space-saving. At the same time, the composting process and time are regulated using different control and regulation parameters. In order to be able to ensure a complete hygienic material, the composting material is heated up to 65 °C / 149 °F in the Herhof composting boxes. In this process, negative weather factors are dealt with. In addition, odours, nuisance and groundwater pollution are managed within the closed system.

The box composting system can be used to produce compost fast and reliably from organic, garden and kitchen waste as well as from sewage sludge. It can be ideal for use in farming or for soil improvement in other areas.

The computerised system processes organic waste into a hygienically sound product. At the same time, the composting process and time are regulated using different control and regulation parameters. In order to be able to ensure a complete hygienic material, the composting material is heated up to 65 °C / 149 °F in the composting boxes. In this process, negative weather factors are dealt with. In addition, odours, nuisance and leachate are managed within the closed system.

The system is highly flexible and allows for a gradually expansion according to waste volumes.