Green Eco Technologies to present WasteMaster solution to food waste disposal at Waste Expo Australia
Food waste processing and conversion systems provider Green Eco Technologies (GET), will present its WasteMaster range at the Waste Evolution stand at Waste Expo Australia being held at the Melbourne convention and exhibition centre on 11 and 12 October 2017.
GET’s WasteMaster processing 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 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, no harmful emissions or odours are released, during the process – 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 support.
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 ‘Innovative Food Waste Management – Don’t waste your waste’ during the associated Waste Evolution event, 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 in the UK, Australia and Japan, GET supports customers to reduce the impact of food waste disposal both on their businesses and the Environment.
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