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Organic Waste Composter - TALLBOY®

Updated: Dec 5, 2022

Organic Waste Composter-TBB1500, for composting waste
Organic Waste Composter-TBB1500

Organic waste composter system design is a different approach than conventional composting methods.

The well-known pit composting & worm composting is very slow, labour Intensive and space consuming. Adopting such methods for "Bulk Waste Composting" can be very expensive. Rite-ways introduces MVLD vertical digestion technology that does natural composting utilizing very little space. Digestion of organic waste is accelerated using Cellulolytic & Lignolytic strains.

TALLBOY® Organic waste converter uses Bio Bins that digest all the incoming mixed organic waste including coconut shells & bones, without using electricity or external heating. It is completely aerobic and converts food waste to rich manure without any foul odour, flies or pests. TALLBOY OWC takes in green waste daily and converts it to compost daily.

Process of Organic Waste Composter -TALLBOY®

Organic Waste Composter-TBB400 for composting organic waste
Home Composter-TBB400

For any organic waste composting system to work as an integral part of a solid waste management program segregation of wet waste source is a must. A household generates 750 gms to 1.25 Kg of kitchen waste per day. This segregated wet waste from all homes in that particular community is bought to the composting location where TALLBOY® OWC is located for composting.

TALLBOY® Organic waste converter speeds the process by providing bacteria and other decomposing microorganisms with an ideal environment. The scraps should be tiny in size to maximize the surface area that microorganisms can feed on. This size reduction can be achieved by verCHEW® pulverisers from riteways. Eventually, all organic matter breaks down.

bacteRITE microbial inoculant is applied to the composting pile through verCHEW pulverizer to accelerate the composting process. Decomposing organisms need four key elements to thrive: nitrogen, carbon, moisture, and oxygen and they consist of bacteria, fungi, and larger organisms such as worms, sowbugs, nematodes, and numerous others. For best results, mix materials high in nitrogen (such as fruit and vegetable scraps, fresh grass clippings, and livestock manure) and those high in carbon (such as dried leaves and twigs). To make best quality compost, Carbon to Nitrogen ratio should at least be 20:1

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