reduce food waste by 90% in 24 hours

Fully Automatic Organic Waste Converters

our Microbes "Micro110" that do all the Work

Micro110 has multiple carriers such as Lignite, Rock phosphate, Tobacco leaves, Calcium carbonate, Wheat bran etc. Which carry a variety of desired species of bacteria and fungi. It also contains actinomycetes and enzymes. Our arguably high count of microbes is in the range of 10 billion cells per gram of culture. Which enhances the composting process and degrades all types of complex organic wastes. Carriers such as Calcium Carbonate control and balance the acidic condition and helps to propagate micro-organisms which create the heat which ultimately takes part in the reduction of excess moisture. 

Features

Converts waste to compost in 24 hours with 90% waste reduction

Built-In High Strength Alloy Steel Shredder for crushing all forms of organic waste

Touch Screen for operation and monitoring

Complete stainless steel rust proof construction

Built-In Moisture sensor and auto Power saving mode on process completion

Jacket heaters to provide even heating through the waste

Leak proof inlets and outlet

Compact design with Wheels for mobility

3 Step Process

1: Feed Waste - 2: Start Cycle - 3: Remove Compost

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FACTS and REVIEWS

Thanks for all the personal attention. The unit is working well I will be purchasing another unit to use in my business... Again Thanks for the follow-up and I would highly recommend your product.

Conrad


In the US, an average person wastes up to 238 pounds of food per year (21 percent of the food they buy), costing them approximately $1,800 per year.

The composter is working better than we had expected. Even with the unit placed outside on our covered porch and temps around 30 degrees, it is producing beautiful compost in 24 hours. Very pleased with it so far.

John

Only 5% of food is composted in the US and as a result, uneaten food is the single largest component of municipal solid waste. In landfills, food gradually breaks down to form methane, a greenhouse gas that’s up to 86 times more powerful than carbon dioxide. 

FoodPrint.org

We’re so pleased with our {composter}... The no-hassle continuous composting makes a big difference... Unlike backyard composters, we can actually add meat scraps, chicken bones, dairy foods, oily foods and salty foods... Plus, it works so fast... We remove about a gallon of compost every month (from 6-8 cups of food scraps/4-6 days a week), and our compost is already available for Spring planting... It’s a better solution for us than backyard bins or other brands’ in-home units that require monthly filter changes and replacement filter costs.

Mary W.

learning about these today. I could see these in every house in the future to replace the trash mashers. 24 hours and your food scraps are turned into wonderful compost!! less garbage in the landfill 

Mary W.

Food waste is responsible for more than 25 percent of all the freshwater consumption in the US each year, and is among the leading causes of freshwater pollution.

Our office just got our {Composter} and we absolutely love it! It is so easy to use and it encourages everyone in the office to think about how much waste they contribute. Not only is it helping us become a zero-waste office, but it shows… how easy it is! I highly recommend that every business has this … it's a no brainer for anyone concerned with their environmental footprint.

Tessa M.M.