On-site batch or continuous food waste treatment system converting food waste into compost consisting of approximately 30 to 40% of food waste input within 24 hours.
Compost may be used in rooftop gardens, landscaping and plant-potting. The compost act as a soil enhancer improving soil structure and water retention to the topsoil.
Daily CapacitiesThe system is capable of converting 25 kg up to 1 ton of food waste into compost daily.
Rapid ConversionFood waste can be processed into 30 to 40% of food waste input within 24 hours.
Bacteria FormulaFood waste with approximately 50-80% moisture is mixed with microbes within the system, and the replenishment is required every 3 months.
User FriendlyThe whole process is efficient, clean, highly automated and user friendly with a simple PLC control system.
Kitchen staff to segregate and collect preparation food waste
Canteen staff to segregate and collect leftover food waste
Cleaner to transport all food waste in dedicated food waste bin
Cleaner to transfer food waste from food waste bin into Zwaste Composter for converting into compost at a designated timing.
After 24 hours process, gardener to retrieve compost from the discharge drawer, collect into the dedicated tank, transport by trolley and used it in gardens or landscaping.
At the same time, the cleaner can get ready to dump food waste into Zwaste Composter for next processing.
Gardener to apply compost into gardening or landscaping.
Our technician will carry out fortnightly service and maintenance of Zwaste Composter, observe segregation practice and carry out refresher training if and when necessary.
Zwaste Composter can be fitted (where necessary) with bin lifter for easy deposition of food waste.
Zwaste Composter with built-in load cell capable of recording weight of every dump and cumulative daily, weekly, monthly, yearly weight data to meet regulatory and funding requirements.
Zwaste Composter comes with built in grinder which is capable of grinding bones and seafood shells aside from regular food waste.
Options for food waste tonnage to be stored locally or viewed online. The data can then be uploaded to a Cloud portal for remote access.
Optional user identification unit capable to identify the food waste source of each dumping and the weight data is categorized by each source with its overall daily tonnage. With this feature, users would be able to achieve a better business model by knowing how much waste they produce on a daily basis or monthly basis.