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Green Eco Technologies (GET) introduced the benefits of the innovative WasteMaster food waste conversion system to attendees of the Health Estates & Facilities Management Association, (HEFMA) Learning and Development Forum held at Doncaster Racecourse on 16 and 17 May.

Read Full PDF Article Here : Green Eco Technologies Health Estates & Facilities Management Association Review

The well-attended event comprised thought-provoking presentations, discussion sessions and an exhibition of the latest product innovations from healthcare suppliers.

Commenting on the event, Andrew Emery – Regional Sales Manager for GET, said: ‘The HEFMA Forum was an excellent opportunity to meet senior healthcare estates and facilities decision makers and we were delighted at the interest shown in our food waste disposal solution.

‘Visitors were very committed to reducing their food waste prior to consumption through better training and management, and re-purposing unavoidable food waste for future positive use such as the production of green energy. We were delighted with the conversations we had at the HEFMA event and look forward to continuing discussions with those we met.’

The WasteMaster system recycles and repurposes food and organic waste on site without adding water or any other additives during the process, providing a reduced-impact alternative to landfill-destined waste or processes requiring water and waste discharge to sewers and water courses.

With a range of options available for users with different food waste volume disposal requirements, the WasteMaster system can be easily installed on site as there is no need for either piped water or sewerage services, just an electrical connection and an air outlet.

About Green Eco Technologies (GET):
GET develops, supplies and manages innovative, safe, efficient, and environmentally beneficial, on-site solutions for the conversion and re-purposing of putrescible organic waste into reusable resources. With offices and manufacturing sited in the UK and Australia, as well as offices Japan, GET supports customers to reduce the impact of food waste disposal both on their businesses and the Environment.

Editorial contact:
Belinda Basson,
Head of Brand Marketing and PR Manager
Green Eco Technologies.
Mobile: 07740 576959
Email: belinda@greenecotec.com

Green Eco Technologies
Unit A Birch Business Park
Whittle Lane
Heywood OL10 2SX
Tel: 0800 634 8644
Email: enquiries@greenecotec.com
www.greenecotec.com

Major health care provider, Kettering General Hospital, is using the WasteMaster on-site food waste conversion system to greatly reduce the impacts of its food waste.

Read Full PDF Article Here : Kettering General Hospital utilising Green Eco Technologies WasteMaster

WasteMaster accelerates the decomposition of food and organic waste, without the use of water or additives, reducing it by up to 80 per cent and converting it into an odourless, compost-like, high calorific-value residue in less than 24 hours, which will not be discharged into sewers or watercourses.

The hospital, which cares for over 371,000 patients a year, serving around 1500 meals daily to patients from Leicestershire and Northamptonshire, was keen to reduce both the burden of food waste on the Environment and the financial impact of this waste on the hospital. Since installation, Kettering General Hospital reports that in one year only, WasteMaster will have reduced the volume of the hospital’s food waste after processing by 50 tonnes and water consumption by 69,888 litres.

For every two tonnes of food waste fed into the machine and diverted from landfill, the WasteMaster prevents around 3.2 tonnes of landfill gas being produced. The much smaller quantity of residual material left after conversion can be used for green energy production through anaerobic digestion and other useful purposes depending on the feed stock.

The WasteMaster food waste conversion system was easily installed in a convenient area on site, without the need for plumbing or other services, just a three-phase power supply and an air outlet. The diagnostic reporting system also confirmed the actual volume of food waste being produced at the hospital and initial figures showed a 35% reduction in costs.

Kettering General Hospital’s Waste and Sustainability Manager estimates that the WasteMaster system has reduced the hospital’s water consumption by 11,650 litres over a three-month period and forecasts that savings of over £45,000 will be made in drain and sewage and other areas over the duration of the contract.

The Head of Facilities for Kettering General Hospital, Sue Landon, says: “Staff have reported that the machine is very simple to use, and has made them far more eco conscious. They are delighted to be involved in reducing food waste fed into drainage systems and landfill.”

WasteMaster is supplied as a managed service and the food waste processing cycle is remotely monitored continuously to ensure smooth-running performance. The system offers automatic bin loading to maximise health and safety and WasteMaster will both indicate when it is full and will unload automatically when the process has finished.

About Green Eco Technologies (GET):
GET develops, supplies and manages innovative, safe, efficient, and environmentally beneficial, on-site solutions for the conversion and re-purposing of putrescible organic waste into reusable resources. With offices and manufacturing sited in the UK and Australia, as well as offices Japan, GET supports customers to reduce the impact of food waste disposal both on their businesses and the Environment.

Editorial contact:
Belinda Basson,
Head of Brand Marketing and PR Manager
Green Eco Technologies.
Mobile: 07740 576959
Email: belinda@greenecotec.com

Green Eco Technologies
Unit A Birch Business Park
Whittle Lane
Heywood OL10 2SX
Tel: 0800 634 8644
Email: enquiries@greenecotec.com
www.greenecotec.com

Green Eco Technologies, developers of the WasteMaster food waste conversion system for re-purposing and significantly reducing the volume of food waste, have announced a New York, US distributor relationship with Natural Upcycling (NU), upstate New York’s leading food waste collection company.

Read Full PDF Article Here : Green Eco Technologies partners with Natural Upcycling to tackle New York’s food waste burden

Natural Upcycling, based in Linwood, New York, with operations throughout New York state, has extensive experience in food waste collection for conversion into electricity through Anaerobic Digestion.

Developed for a wide range of organisations generating high volumes of food waste, such as hospitals, food manufacturers and processors, hotels, universities, long-term care institutions and hospitality providers, the WasteMaster conversion system re-purposes food and organic waste as reusable resources, on site, without adding anything during the process. At the end of the conversion cycle, food waste is reduced in volume by up to 80 per cent and has been transformed into a compost-like, odour-free residual material which will not attract insects or vermin in its dry state. By re-purposing food waste, WasteMaster contributes significantly to cleaner and safer waste collection and storage, while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with landfill.

Natural Upcycling currently recycles and or upcycles food waste through composting and anaerobic digestion, and in 2018 diverted over 55,000 tons of food waste from landfill. In addition to supplying the WasteMaster system, NU will provide full installation services and ongoing after-sales service and technical support and will collect the residual material remaining at the end of the process.

The WasteMaster range includes options for users with medium to high-volume food waste disposal requirements and the system can be easily installed on site as there is no requirement for piped water or sewerage services, just an electrical connection and an air outlet.

Commenting on the distributor agreement with Natural Upcycling, Managing Director of Green Eco Technologies, Jason Hoen, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Natural Upcycling for the supply and support of WasteMaster in New York. Natural Upcycling is a respected and experienced leader in the management of food waste for the benefit of the Environment and has achieved outstanding results in minimising the future negative effects of greenhouse gases by diverting food waste from landfill.”

“I am excited that NU has added the WasteMaster to their range of solutions and look forward to the undoubted success their experience will bring in introducing the WasteMaster system to the New York, US market.”

Founder of Natural Upcycling, Harry Cohen, comments:

“Our ethos at Natural Upcycling is to do our utmost to be good stewards of our planet for the future by providing a positive legacy.”

“We have a proud history of collecting waste and converting it to support a sustainable environment and the WasteMaster perfectly fits with our range of options to provide the best possible ‘zero waste’ solution for our customers. Chris Noble and I are really looking forward to the environmental benefits that our new partnership with Green Eco Technologies will bring for the future.”

About Green Eco Technologies (GET):
GET develops, supplies and manages innovative, safe, efficient, and environmentally beneficial, on-site solutions for the conversion and re-purposing of putrescible organic waste into reusable resources. With offices and manufacturing sited in the UK and Australia, as well as offices Japan, GET supports customers to reduce the impact of food waste disposal both on their businesses and the Environment.

About Natural Upcycling:
Natural Upcycling (NU) is Upstate New York’s leading food waste/scraps/organics collection company. NU collects organic and food waste to turn into renewable resources such as electricity or natural gas, through anaerobic digestion. The Company offers multiple options for waste pick-ups and zero-waste de-packaging services for a wide range of clients. Natural Upcycling recycles over six million pounds of food waste, reducing carbon dioxide pollution by over 2,600 tonnes per month.

Editorial contact:
Belinda Basson,
Head of Brand Marketing and PR Manager
Green Eco Technologies.
Mobile: 07740 576959
Email: belinda@greenecotec.com

Green Eco Technologies
Unit A Birch Business Park
Whittle Lane
Heywood OL10 2SX
Tel: 0800 634 8644
Email: enquiries@greenecotec.com
www.greenecotec.com

Managing Director of Green Eco Technologies, Jason Hoen, presented the benefits of the WasteMaster food and organic waste conversion system in minimising both costs and environmental impacts associated with waste disposal, at the Rushlight 2019 show in London.

Read Full PDF Article Here : Jason Hoen presents WasteMaster solution to organic waste, at Rushlight show

At the prestigious event, which attracted senior industry influencers and advisors on energy and sustainability, government bodies, and heads of public and private organisations and services, as well as a wide range of companies showcasing energy and sustainability innovations, Jason outlined the global and local issues presented by food and organic waste and the potential for reducing these impacts through the WasteMaster system.

The WasteMaster on-site conversion system recycles and re-purposes food and organic waste into a reusable product, diverting it from landfill, without adding water or anything else during the process. Food or other organic waste is simply loaded into the system and converted into a compost-like residual material which will not attract insects or vermin in its dry state. The transformation takes less than 24 hours and the volume of the waste is reduced by up to 80 per cent at the end of the process.

By converting food waste into a much smaller quantity of reusable residual material, which can be used for producing green energy and other purposes depending on the feed stock, WasteMaster fits perfectly with the principles of the Circular Economy. Diverting the waste from landfill reduces contributions to greenhouse gas emissions and the on-site system also greatly improves health and safety on site, both removing hazards caused by rotting waste and reducing vehicle movements for safer working.

Commenting on the Rushlight show, Jason said: “I was honoured to present to such an informed and invested audience at this thought-provoking event, focusing as it did on sustainability and the efficient use of resources, and promoting the development and deployment of clean technologies, innovation and sustainable solutions. 1/2

“I was greatly inspired by all of the innovations on show and was delighted by the level of interest in our innovation and sustainability in general. The conservation of finite natural resources is a major global challenge and we support all initiatives that aim to reduce the amount of food and water that we waste. The WasteMaster innovation can play a positive role in ensuring that unavoidable food waste is not wasted by turning it into a valuable resource, providing a financially viable and more importantly environmentally viable solution for businesses and workplaces.

“I would like to thank everyone who visited our stand and all those who listened to Green Eco Technologies’ presentation about recycling food waste.”

The WasteMaster range includes options for users with medium to high-volume food waste disposal requirements and the system can be easily installed on site as there is no requirement for piped water or sewerage services, just an electrical connection and an air outlet.

WasteMaster is supplied as a managed service which is tailored to specific client needs and includes, installation, servicing, and 24-hour support.

For further information about the WasteMaster range and a free on-site assessment of your specific food waste issues, please contact: enquiries@greenecotec.com

Food waste conversion solutions provider Green Eco Technologies, has strengthened its global WasteMaster offer, expanding throughout the Pacific region with the establishment of WasteMaster Pacific, a new Joint venture with energy solutions provider Optimal Group Pty Ltd.

WasteMaster Pacific will further promote the benefits of the unique WasteMaster on-site food waste conversion system which reduces the volume of food waste being sent to landfill, by manufacturing, selling and providing support for installed systems in its Pacific territories.

The WasteMaster food waste conversion and recycling system re-purposes food and organic waste on-site into reusable products, without adding water or anything else during the process. Food waste is simply loaded into the system and converted into a compost-like residual material which will not attract insects or vermin in its dry state. The process takes less than 24 hours during which time the food waste volume is reduced by up to 80 per cent.

WasteMaster fits seamlessly with the Circular Economy, ensuring that food remains are not wasted but instead are converted and recycled to provide future benefit either in the form of green energy through anaerobic digestion or, depending on the food waste composition, other positive uses to conserve our planet’s diminishing resources.

WasteMaster was presented at the RWM exhibition in Birmingham this year and during the Waste Expo show in Melbourne in October, attracting major interest from those wanting to limit their impact on our Environment. By recycling food waste, WasteMaster reduces greenhouse gas emissions associated with landfill while also contributing significantly to cleaner and safer waste collection and storage. Globally, food waste currently causes around 14 per cent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.

Green Eco Technologies has offices, development and manufacturing in Heywood, Greater Manchester and WasteMaster Pacific, located in Mulgrave, Victoria, is equally owned by Green Eco Technologies and the Optimal Group. As well as providing systems, installation and training, WasteMaster Pacific will manage all food waste collection services for its Australian clients, guaranteeing that all WasteMaster-processed food waste is converted into clean energy.

Gordon Hoen, CEO of the Green Eco Technologies group, said: “We are excited to partner with Optimal, which is an established leader in the Australian energy market with strong credentials in green technologies. We believe they will be a perfect partner to help us establish a stronger presence for our WasteMaster food waste conversion solution in Australia, building on our success in the UK. Optimal’s strong technical capabilities and national service network will enable us to provide excellent support in our markets. “

Commenting on the joint venture, CEO of Optimal Group, Craig Dugan, said: “The Federal Department of Environment and Energy estimates that more than five million tonnes of food waste ends up in landfill each year, which is an overwhelming contributor to Australia’s CO2 emissions. WasteMaster provides a quick, easy, clean and green solution for the management of food waste, which has the potential to reduce Australia’s carbon emissions in the future. That is why we were so keen to invest in this innovative technology when we first saw it. “

Notes for editors:
About Green Eco Technologies Group (GET):

GET develops, supplies and manages innovative, safe, efficient, and environmentally beneficial, on-site solutions for the conversion and re-purposing of putrescible organic waste into reusable resources. With offices and manufacturing in the UK, GET supports customers to reduce the impact of food waste disposal both on their businesses and the Environment.

About Optimal Group Pty Ltd
Optimal Group is an Australian company delivering tailored energy solutions to the manufacturing, commercial and retail property, services, oil and gas, and many other industries. Optimal proudly supports, services and maintains over 420 turbines across Australia, New Zealand and Oceania. Optimal Group supplies complete on-site power generation solutions to our customers that are cleaner, cheaper and more reliable. Optimal Group Pty Ltd is the exclusive Australian distributor
of Capstone Microturbines TM.

Media contact:
Belinda Basson,
Marketing and PR Manager
Mobile: 07740 576959
Email: belinda@greenecotec.com

RWM WasterMaster

Green Eco Technologies presented the benefits of the innovative WasteMaster food waste conversion system in relation to the Circular Economy, at the recent RWM 2018 exhibition.

As well as attracting significant interest from visitors to the Birmingham-based show, the WasteMaster system was also selected as part of RWM’s ‘Innovation Trail’ showcasing the best technology and innovation exhibits.

The WasteMaster on-site conversion system re-purposes food and organic waste into reusable products, without adding anything during the process. Food waste is simply loaded into the system and converted into a compost-like residual material which will not attract insects or vermin in its dry state. The process takes less than 24 hours and the volume of the waste is also reduced by up to 80 per cent at the end of the process.

By re-purposing food waste, WasteMaster contributes significantly to cleaner and safer waste collection and storage, while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with landfill.

Managing Director of Green Eco Technologies, Jason Hoen, spoke at the two-day show in the Circular Economy and Recycling Theatres. Highlighting the problems of essential resource over-consumption as indicated by Earth Overshoot Day and describing currently available systems to manage food waste, Jason presented the global challenge of food waste and the facts relating to the Earth’s diminishing natural resources.

Commenting on the RWM show and seminars, Jason said: “We have been run off our feet. It has been fantastic to see how many people want to find a solution to deal with their food waste and exciting to see people coming along to the presentations wanting to look at better ways and understand what options are available for reusing this waste.

“As our population grows and as we become more urbanised, one of our big issues as a human race is the amount of resources that we consume on a daily and yearly basis. The Earth has a certain amount of resource that it can replenish each year and unfortunately, we are using 1.7 times that amount currently, so we are going into deficit every year. This year Earth Overshoot Day, the day when we have used our year’s allocation of resources, was 1 August so we have a significant natural resource problem.

“One of the ways WasteMaster helps is by re-utilising food waste and turning that into a valuable resource, providing a financially viable, and more importantly environmentally viable solution for businesses and workplaces.

“I would like to thank everyone who visited our stand and all those who came to our presentations about recycling food waste.”

The WasteMaster range includes options for users with medium to high-volume food waste disposal requirements and the system can be easily installed on site as there is no requirement for piped water or sewerage services, just an electrical connection and an air outlet.

WasteMaster is supplied as a managed service which is tailored to specific client needs and includes, installation, servicing, and 24-hour support.

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About Green Eco Technologies (GET):

GET develops, supplies and manages innovative, safe, efficient, and environmentally beneficial, on-site solutions for the conversion and re-purposing of putrescible organic waste into reusable resources. With offices and manufacturing sited in the UK and Australia, as well as offices Japan, GET supports customers to reduce the impact of food waste disposal both on their businesses and the Environment.

Green Eco Technologies
Unit A Birch Business Park
Whittle Lane
Heywood OL10 2SX
Tel: 0800 634 8644
Email: enquiries@greenecotec.com
www.greenecotec.com

Editorial contact:
Belinda Basson,
Marketing and PR Manager
Mobile: 07740 576959
Email: belinda@greenecotec.com

RWM WasterMaster

Green Eco Technologies (GET), is showing the latest WasteMaster on-site food waste processing system on Stand M11 at Waste Expo Australia, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 3 and 4 October 2018.

GET’s WasteMaster conversion system uses proprietary technology to reduce the weight and volume of food waste by up to 80 per cent, producing a compost-like and odourless residual material, which depending on the feed stock, can be recycled and re-purposed for a number of positive uses including the production of bio gas green energy through anaerobic digestion.

The WasteMaster range includes options for users with medium to high-volume food waste disposal requirements such as hotels, hospitals, hospitality providers, food manufacturers, food processors and catering suppliers, providing an on-site solution to the high costs and health and safety issues associated with food waste disposal. This highly innovative and unique system can be easily installed on site as there is no requirement for piped water or sewerage services, just an electrical connection and an air outlet. No water or additives are used for the conversion process and no odours or harmful emissions released.

WasteMaster is supplied as a managed service which is tailored to specific client needs and includes, installation, servicing, and continuous support and reporting through a monitored diagnostics system.

Jason Hoen, Managing Director of Green Eco Technologies, says: ‘Food waste disposal is a major global environmental problem. Whilst reducing the amount of food waste generated at source must be the primary goal, the current food waste disposal problem will only be solved by new-initiative developments such as our WasteMaster system. The ability to efficiently process on site resolves many of the issues associated with the need to dispose of large quantities of food waste.

‘By reducing the volume of waste significantly to a much smaller amount of odourless material which can be re-purposed for other positive uses, WasteMaster contributes significantly to cleaner and safer waste collection and storage, while also reducing the contributions to greenhouse gas emissions associated with landfill. It is estimated that approximately 3.2 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions are prevented for every two tonnes of organic waste diverted from landfill through alternative treatment and processing.’

Jason Hoen will also be presenting ‘Reducing and Repurposing your food waste for the benefit of the Environment’ at the Expo on 3 October at 14:30, highlighting the steps that can be taken to adopt the principals of the circular economy, such as re-purposing food waste for positive re-use.

About Green Eco Technologies (GET):

GET develops, supplies and manages innovative, safe, efficient, and environmentally beneficial, on-site solutions for the conversion and re-purposing of putrescible organic waste into reusable resources. With offices and manufacturing in Australia and the UK and offices in Japan, GET supports customers to reduce the impact of food waste disposal both on their businesses and the Environment.

Green Eco Technologies
9-10 Bastow Pl
Mulgrave Vic 3170
Australia

Contact Australia: Rohan Dinn
Tel: 1800 614 272
Email: rohan@greenecotec.com

Editorial contact:
Belinda Basson,
Marketing and PR Manager
Mobile: +44 (0)7740 576959
Email: belinda@greenecotec.com

Green Eco Technologies (GET), will be showing its WasteMaster environmentally beneficial on-site food waste conversion system at RWM 2018 on Stand 4L10-M11.

Using proprietary technology, GET’s WasteMaster processing system reduces the weight and volume of food waste by up to 80 per cent, without the need for water or other additives, to produce an odourless compost-like residual material, which can be re-purposed for fuel, animal feed or fertiliser, depending on the composition of the waste loaded into the system.

The WasteMaster range includes options for users with medium to high-volume food waste disposal requirements such as hotels, hospitals, hospitality and catering suppliers, food manufacturers and processors, providing an on-site solution to the high costs and health and safety issues associated with food waste disposal. This highly innovative and unique system can be easily installed on site as there is no requirement for piped water or sewerage services – just an electrical connection and an air outlet. No harmful emissions or odours are released, and no additives are used, during the process.

WasteMaster is supplied as a managed service which is tailored to specific client needs and includes, installation, servicing, and 24-hour support.

Jason Hoen, Managing Director of Green Eco Technologies, says: ‘Food waste is a major global environmental problem that will only be solved by new-initiative developments such as our WasteMaster system. The ability to efficiently process on site resolves many of the issues associated with the need to dispose of quantities of food waste.

‘By reducing the volume of waste significantly to a much smaller amount of odourless material, which can be re-purposed for other positive uses, WasteMaster contributes significantly to cleaner and safer waste collection and storage, while also reducing the contributions to greenhouse gas emissions associated with landfill.

‘It is estimated that approximately 3.2 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions are prevented for every two tonnes of organic waste diverted from landfill through alternative treatment and processing.’

About Green Eco Technologies (GET):

GET develops, supplies and manages innovative, safe, efficient, and environmentally beneficial, on-site solutions for the conversion and re-purposing of putrescible organic waste into reusable resources. With offices and manufacturing and development sited in the UK, as well as offices in Australia and Japan, GET supports customers to reduce the impact of food waste disposal both on their businesses and the Environment.

Editorial contact:
Belinda Basson,
Marketing and PR Manager
Green Eco Technologies.
Mobile: 07740 576959
Email: belinda@greenecotec.com

Green Eco Technologies
Unit A Birch Business Park
Whittle Lane
Heywood OL10 2SX

Tel: 0800 634 8644
Email: enquiries@greenecotec.com
www.greenecotec.com

Green Eco Technologies (GET), will launch its WasteMaster range of environmentally beneficial on-site food waste conversion systems at RWM 2017 on Stand 4J09.

Using proprietary technology, GET’s WasteMaster processing system reduces the weight and volume of food waste by up to 80 per cent, producing an odourless compost-like residual material which can be re-purposed for fuel, animal feed or fertiliser, depending on the composition of the waste loaded into the system.

The WasteMaster range includes options for users with medium to high-volume food waste disposal requirements such as hotels, hospitals, hospitality and catering suppliers, providing an on-site solution to the high costs and health and safety issues associated with food waste disposal. This highly innovative and unique system can be easily installed on site as there is no requirement for piped water or sewerage services – just an electrical connection and an air outlet. No harmful emissions or odours are released, and no additives are used, during the process.

WasteMaster is supplied as a managed service which is tailored to specific client needs and includes, installation, servicing, and 24-hour support.

Jason Hoen, Managing Director of Green Eco Technologies, says: ‘Food waste is a major global environmental problem that will only be solved by new-initiative developments such as our WasteMaster system. The ability to efficiently process on site resolves many of the issues associated with the need to dispose of quantities of food waste.

‘By reducing the volume of waste significantly to a much smaller amount of odourless material, which can be re-purposed for other positive uses, WasteMaster contributes significantly to cleaner and safer waste collection and storage, while also reducing the contributions to greenhouse gas emissions associated with landfill.

‘It is estimated that approximately 3.2 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions are prevented for every two tonnes of organic waste diverted from landfill through alternative treatment and processing.’

About Green Eco Technologies (GET):

GET develops, supplies and manages innovative, safe, efficient, and environmentally beneficial, on-site solutions for the conversion and re-purposing of putrescible organic waste into reusable resources. With offices in the UK, Australia and Japan, GET supports customers to reduce the impact of food waste disposal both on their businesses and the Environment.

Editorial contact:

Belinda Basson,
Marketing and PR Manager
Green Eco Technologies.
Mobile: 07740 576959
Email: belinda@greenecotec.com

Green Eco Technologies
Unit 350B
I Centre
Howard Way
Newport Pagnell
Milton Keynes
MK16 9PY

Tel: 0800 634 8644